Origin of short-lived
Related formsshort-lived·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for short-lived
But assuming things were ever that hopeful, heaven was short-lived, and trouble followed.
I watched Tarzan movies and the short-lived Tarzan TV series.Can Tarzan of the Apes Survive in a Post-Colonial World?|Ted Gioia|November 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Without the community, the ultimate destiny of any preservation project, no matter how ambitious, will be short-lived.
Just look at comedian Bill Maher's short-lived flirtation with Paul.
The bad news was short-lived, however, as FOX ordered a new script and new pilot the very next month based on the same concept.
Compared to other chainstitch machines the price was high, and the company was short-lived.The Invention of the Sewing Machine|Grace Rogers Cooper
An earlier settlement by the Selkirkers of Canada in 1812 had been short-lived.North Dakota|Various
This world, with all its fleeting show and short-lived pleasures, is nothing in the comparison.
If they exhibit occasional calms, these only serve as short-lived contrast to the furious storms that are to succeed.The Federalist Papers|Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison
His triumph at obtaining the brewery contract was but short-lived.Tom Grogan|F. Hopkinson Smith