transiency


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tran·si·ence

 (trăn′zē-əns, zhəns, -shəns) also tran·si·en·cy (-zē-ən-sē, -zhən-, -shən-)
n.
The state or quality of being transient.

transience, transiency

the state or quality of passing with time or being ephemeral or fleeting. — transient, adj.
See also: Time
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.transiency - an impermanence that suggests the inevitability of ending or dyingtransiency - an impermanence that suggests the inevitability of ending or dying
impermanence, impermanency - the property of not existing for indefinitely long durations
fugaciousness, fugacity - the lack of enduring qualities (used chiefly of plant parts)
ephemerality, ephemeralness, fleetingness - the property of lasting for a very short time
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CHALLENGE: Buffalo, New York, has multiple segregated neighborhoods with deep poverty, high transiency and scarce economic activity.
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The school drew from a low to medium socioeconomic area with an increasing transiency. There was a growing population of children with EAL/D backgrounds, including Indigenous and migrant families.
The Deer Hum, like many of their contemporaries, address the turbulence and transiency of expatriate life.
The serious anxiety we experience over our contingency, our finitude, and our transiency may be a more enduring feature of being human than our joy, our laughter, or the way "we make a dwelling in the evening air, in which being there together is enough." (36) Heightening that anxiety today are all the urgent reasons to doubt that the biophysical conditions of life can be maintained on this planet.
Part of Star-C's mission is to improve educational performance by reducing student transiency. It partners with apartments near high-need schools, stabilizing affordable housing communities with a mandate/landlord agreement to keep rents affordable.
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In a world of increasing rapidity and transiency, the military finds itself at the forefront of what some may call a new era of warfare.
It also included transiency and history of the companies.
(11) Among its features are transiency or short-lived experience, ineffable or difficulty rendering events into mental constructs, gnosis or direct somatic awareness outside of mental considerations, objectivity or clarity, and a sense of oneness or awareness that all things are connected.