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
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Designing light for fashion shows that last just minutes also carries an element of transience.
Dolores murdered a whole town and both her creators on her path to transience.
But of far more interest, with its mingling of creaturely flesh, living and dead, is the work’s deep investment in ideas of transience and mortality.
Many of the people Field photographed emphasized the temporary nature of living in this way, the gift of transience hemmed by the threat of eviction.
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.
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.
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