Origin of ephemeron
Words nearby ephemeron
How to use ephemeron in a sentence
I was drawn to ephemera from the Young Pioneers, which I later learned was a Scout-like movement run through schools to instill communist thought.A cycling trail through Poland and Germany — and Soviet-era history|Diane Daniel|October 8, 2021|Washington Post
All the techniques can turn your flowers from ephemera into mementoes.
Let not the ephemeron that lights on a baby's hand generalize too rashly upon the non-growing of organisms!
Its three hundred and sixty-five years were now as but the day of the ephemeron.
Like the ephemeron fly, they are born suddenly, and may be expected to die as soon.Thoughts on Man|William Godwin
The airy nothing of a sigh bears often a pastoral world or an orcus on its ephemeron's-wing.Titan: A Romance v. 1 (of 2)|Jean Paul Friedrich Richter
The scent was so strong that the ephemeron was almost intoxicated by it.