transition

[ tran-zish-uhn, -sish- ]SEE DEFINITION OF transition

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From one enemy of Robert the transition is brief and natural to another.

For him these years were a period of mental growth, of transition, of development.

This transition of thought from the cause to the effect proceeds not from reason.

Such measures are good as makeshifts in a period of transition.

Let there be nothing in the state of transition worse than simple imprisonment.

I want to get the transition over now, though it is rather an abrupt one.

We are not the end, we are but a transition, a beginning of something else.

In my own country the progress of development has reached a point of transition.

But he has hitherto been unable to make the transition from mathematics to metaphysics.

Nothing is secure but life, transition, the energizing spirit.

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