[tran-shuh ns, -zhuh ns, -zee-uh ns]
- transient state or quality.
Origin of transience
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Examples from the Web for transiency
Transiency Has set its mark on life, and there is none Who can escape its curse.The Buddha
Why all this change and transiency, if the same things were to be repeated?
"A breath" is the very emblem of transiency and of unsubstantiality.The Expositor's Bible: The Psalms, Vol. 2
But besides this transiency external to us, John finds a corresponding transiency within us.Expositions of Holy Scripture
Transiency is usual in homesteading country, many people only remaining long enough to homestead their land.The Church on the Changing Frontier
Helen O. Belknap
Word Origin and History for transiency
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