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  • as inawhile
  • as inbriefly
  • as intemporarily

synonyms for transiently

  • briefly
  • for a bit
  • for a little while
  • for a moment
  • for a spell
  • for a while
  • for the moment
  • momentarily
  • not for long
  • temporarily
  • momentarily
  • quickly
  • temporarily
  • fleetingly
  • for a little while
  • hastily
  • in passing
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How to use transiently in a sentence

Connectomes are often considered transient “cognitive maps” that underlie how we think and act.
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In addition, expanding short-term rentals not only increases access, but also increases financial resilience through increases in transient occupancy taxes revenue.
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That held true even for food, which is a material many of us think of as transient.
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Besides, encounters with others on the road or trail are often transient.
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At atmospheric pressure, under which the new experiment took place, supercooled water would retain some traces of that behavior, resulting in small-scale, transient arrangements of molecules in high-density and low-density formations.
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He who read through her lustrous, transiently dwelling eyes had not that security.
LORD ORMONT AND HIS AMINTA, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
The Count Lynar of this adventure, who had well-nigh done such a feat in Diplomacy, may turn up transiently again.
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And a State can only require respect for its laws from such aliens as are permanently or transiently within its territory.
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Though she affected indifference, Lanyard saw her slender body transiently shaken by a shudder, it might have been of dread.
RED MASQUERADELOUIS JOSEPH VANCE
Here a beam of the sun, long withheld, glanced through the clouds and transiently warmed "the marrying mamma."
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WORDS RELATED TO TRANSIENTLY

  • briefly
  • for a bit
  • for a little while
  • for a moment
  • for a spell
  • for a while
  • for the moment
  • momentarily
  • not for long
  • temporarily
  • transiently
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.