- the quality or condition of being ephemeral.
- something transitory.
Origin of ephemerality
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Examples from the Web for ephemerality
What would the various social-media sites look like if ephemerality was the default and permanence, at most, an option?Snapchat: Naughty, Goofy, Ethereal, Permanent or All of the Above?
September 21, 2013
Perhaps it is the ephemerality of the Internet that I find intriguing—maybe the notebooking done there is closer to performance.Interview: ‘Heroines’ Author Kate Zambreno
November 23, 2012
I was distressed with a sense of ephemerality, of pale, erratic fragility.The White Peacock
D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence
Cézanne, regarding its atmosphere as an ephemerality, portrayed the lasting force of light.Modern Painting, Its Tendency and Meaning
Willard Huntington Wright
Design projects this sense of immediacy and ephemerality not only through T-shirts or the Internet.The Civilization of Illiteracy
Sad will it be when the genius of ephemerality has invaded all departments of human actions and human motives!