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Use "momentariness" in a sentence
"The first flower assists in the development of a plot which is to enact the 'momentariness' of 'sympathy in choice.'"
""momentariness," as Phillips calls it, so dangerous in the hands of a commonplace painter, lends a peculiar fascination to many of"
""All art constantly aspires towards the condition of music," wrote Walter Pater in The Renaissance, a collection of criticism that scandalized Oxford in the 1870s by its apparent advocacy of sensualism and momentariness."