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Horrigan said the transitory nature of puzzles made them ideal for trading.
Popular songs are transitory in nature, and it is the tune, rather than the words, that makes an impression.
Therefore, if you are still attached to the transitory things of this life, disengage your heart from them now.
But everything in this world is fleeting and transitory, and therefore it is not easy to arrive at truth.
On addition of potassium cyanide a transitory red color appeared which reappeared on shaking with air.
There are those who think that this excitement among the people will prove transitory and evanescent.
Joy and pleasure are of a transitory nature only, while pain and sorrow are of a permanent and accumulative character.
TYRANNY OF GODJOSEPH LEWIS
Ideas are fluctuating, transitory, and 'come into the mind unbidden.'
They are merely transitory vehicles created for a definite purpose.
The same may be said, in a more transitory sense, of Flaubert, the great renovator and refiner of Romanticism.
VIE DE BOHMEORLO WILLIAMS

WORDS RELATED TO TRANSITORY

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