transientness


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transientness

(ˈtrænzɪəntnəs)
n
the quality or state of being transient
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Take, for example, the following quote from an FBI officer in answer to questioning from the House Commission, "In our research with serial murderers, we found that, for example, the backgrounds, without exception, everyone had a chaotic early childhood, a lot of mobility, a lot of transientness in their family, abusive parents, absent parents..." (42).