transience

[tran-shuh ns, -zhuh ns, -zee-uh ns]
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noun

transient state or quality.

Nearby words

  1. transhiatal,
  2. transhiatal esophagectomy,
  3. tranship,
  4. transhumance,
  5. transhumanism,
  6. transient,
  7. transient acantholytic dermatosis,
  8. transient hypogammaglobulinemia of infancy,
  9. transient ischemic attack,
  10. transient modulation

Sometimes tran·sien·cy.

Origin of transience

First recorded in 1735–45; transi(ent) + -ence

Related formsnon·tran·sience, nounnon·tran·sien·cy, noun

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Word Origin and History for transiency

transience

n.

1745; see transient + -ence.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper