Thesaurus / short-lived

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Compared to other chainstitch machines the price was high, and the company was short-lived.

An earlier settlement by the Selkirkers of Canada in 1812 had been short-lived.

This world, with all its fleeting show and short-lived pleasures, is nothing in the comparison.

If they exhibit occasional calms, these only serve as short-lived contrast to the furious storms that are to succeed.

The Federalist PapersAlexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison

His triumph at obtaining the brewery contract was but short-lived.

Tom GroganF. Hopkinson Smith

The certainty of the future overcame her like the present, and her short-lived joy or respite was all gone.

MadelonMary E. Wilkins Freeman

But the rumble of distant guns told the destroyer that his short-lived hour of triumph was nearly sped.

The Red YearLouis Tracy

The short-lived storm had swept the heavens, and the blue roof of the world was without a cloud.

The Rifle RangersCaptain Mayne Reid

Most of these branches were short-lived, but some of them flourished for a considerable period and ramified into many species.

Darwin and Modern ScienceA.C. Seward and Others

Hopefully, almost joyously, the young Confederacy began its short-lived career.

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