OTHER WORDS FROM impermanentim·per·ma·nence, im·per·ma·nen·cy, nounim·per·ma·nent·ly, adverb
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Such faith—or a cynical appeal to it—likewise inspires us to cling amid the ruins to our unintentional, impermanent liberation of women in Afghanistan.America Learned the Wrong Lessons From Pearl Harbor—And the World Is Still Living With the Consequences|Elizabeth D. Samet|December 6, 2021|Time
The laws of physics are the primary explanation for that natural tendency for things to be impermanent.Our Little Life Is Rounded with Possibility - Issue 102: Hidden Truths|Chiara Marletto|June 9, 2021|Nautilus
Fluxus artists sought to upend what art could be — making works that were impermanent, unfinished, participatory and event-based.Yoko Ono’s ‘Wish Tree’ at the Hirshhorn is branching out. This year, your wishes can be virtual.|Kelsey Ables|April 15, 2021|Washington Post
Observe them as impermanent mind events and not necessarily accurate.A Quiet Path Out of the Coronavirus Shadow - Issue 98: Mind|Clayton Dalton|March 31, 2021|Nautilus
American artist Pae White is fascinated with the idea of turning something transient and impermanent into something real.
It was not his fault if at first some extremely unsound and impermanent shanties were run up on the vacant site.The Outline of History: Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind|Herbert George Wells
Professor Baker "tries in the light of historical practice to distinguish the permanent from the impermanent in technic."Pieces of Hate|Heywood Broun
In fact, it wasn't solid anything, being mostly of a very impermanent structure and style.Half Portions|Edna Ferber
Under his protection Mrs. Vervain set up her impermanent household gods.A Foregone Conclusion|William Dean Howells
Gautama Buddha taught that everything corporeal is material and therefore impermanent.