nonstationary

adjective
non·sta·tion·ary | \ˌnän-ˈstā-shə-ˌner-ē \

Definition of nonstationary 

: not stationary nonstationary sources of pollution Then the lidar … overlays that with a real-time image, which would include "nonstationary objects" which include animals, people, and other cars.— Scott Sturgis

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1877, in the meaning defined above

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