Origin of fugacious
OTHER WORDS FROM fugaciousfu·ga·cious·ly, adverbfu·ga·cious·ness, fu·gac·i·ty [fyoo-gas-i-tee], /fyuˈgæs ɪ ti/, noun
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How to use fugacious in a sentence
By means of careful work, Grafe came closer to ascertaining the origin of the fugacious aromatic materials.All About Coffee|William H. Ukers
Stamens 4, or rarely 2, in all or some flowers with long and weak exserted filaments, and fugacious 2-celled anthers.
There is no volva, but there is a ring which is sometimes persistent, friable, and fugacious.The Mushroom, Edible and Otherwise|M. E. Hard
The wealth acquired by speculation and plunder, is fugacious in its nature, and fills society with the spirit of gambling.The Writings of Thomas Jefferson|Thomas Jefferson
The shortness of the twilight frequently leaves the fugacious planet, Mercury, so seldom seen at the north, in distinct view.