Examples of evanescence in a Sentence
the evanescence of a rainbow detracts not a whit from its beauty
Recent Examples of evanescence from the Web
Information’s most consistent quality is its evanescence.
Her songs—entwined with one another without being constrained—evoke evanescence, but also endurance, and tell a universal story in vividly particular terms that could only be her own.
But on the other hand, Trump’s own brilliant bill is languishing on the pyre, and the president is standing next to it intoning bromides about the inescapable evanescence of life.
Cooked like a risotto and capped by San Diego uni, the satsuki rice nears evanescence with yuzu-pecorino cream.
Mr. Trump’s evanescence at home stands in stark contrast to his image around the country and the world, thanks to his celebrity as a reality television star, and through the hotels and golf courses that bear his name.
It’s also possible the Ashen Light of Venus is caused by solar particles energizing the atmosphere like the terrestrial Aurorae Borealis and Australis — hence its evanescence.
Its very activity destroys its relics almost as soon as form and gives them peculiar evanescence.
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