transiency


tran·sien·cy

noun \-sh(ē-)ən(t)-sē, -zē-ən(t)-, -sē-ən(t)-; -zhən(t)-sē, -jən(t)-\

Definition of TRANSIENCY

Examples of TRANSIENCY

  1. <because of the transiency of their residency, college students often display little interest in the welfare of the towns where they go to school>

First Known Use of TRANSIENCY

1652

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