Definition of "transitoriness" [tran•si•to•ri•ness]
The state or quality of being transitory. (noun)
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Use "transitoriness" in a sentence
"The transitoriness is the same, and the eternal consequences are eternal alike in both; and yet there is a very solemn sense in which the one man's life has utterly perished, and the other's abides."
"But loving-kindness is not coloured with that transitoriness which is the irremediable defect of love."
"Reflecting her fascination with what might be called "transitoriness," how things change over time, these lamps, tables, chairs and fountains explore how found objects can actually rediscover new life and beauty under her hands. about me"