Examples of transience in a Sentence
wary of the transience of popular enthusiasms, the writers of the U.S. Constitution made changing the document a long and difficult process
Recent Examples of transience from the Web
Disappearance reminds us to notice, transience to cherish, fragility to defend.
The more problems a street had helped me solve, the stronger its reminder of the transience of everyday troubles.
This is the museums’ purpose: to present the mind of an artist at work, in a world of transience and instant gratification, where, for Bergé, few true artists can survive.
Without being able to address transience within students' home lives, creating an all-choice system could help cut down on mobility between schools.
His piece deploys a bright and contrasting color palette that evokes the tensions between permanence and transience intrinsic to street art.
In interviews, tech industry contractors in Silicon Valley describe a culture of transience.
Yet The Bright Hour is not a gloomy or brooding book. Perhaps Riggs’ life as a poet taught her to reconcile herself to transience, frustration, and the unlikelihood of achieving renown.
This is an unmagical kingdom, a zone of tawdriness and transience, of strip clubs and strip malls, knockoff souvenir shops and soft-serve ice cream shacks.
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