Definition of Ephemerality

1. Noun. The property of lasting for a very short time.

Exact synonyms: Ephemeralness, Fleetingness
Generic synonyms: Transience, Transiency, Transitoriness
Derivative terms: Ephemeral, Ephemeral, Fleeting



Definition of Ephemerality

1. Noun. The state or condition of being ephemeral; transience. ¹

2. Noun. Something that is ephemeral. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Ephemerality

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ephemerality

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ephedrine-NAD oxidoreductase
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ephemeral fever of cattle
ephemeral fever virus
ephemeral lake
ephemeral lakes
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ephemerality (current term)
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ephemerises

Literary usage of Ephemerality

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1. The Civilization of Illiteracy by Mihai Nadin (1997)
"The news, formed and conveyed outside the institution of media, reads as a manifesto of immediacy, but also as a testimony to ephemerality We actually lose ..."

2. Proceedings of the ... Annual Convention by Religious Education Association (1907)
"From ephemerality, and from philanthropically coated investment schemes, secondhand vaudeville, embalmed humor, etc., however, the scale ascends to a ..."

3. The Sewanee Review by University of the South (1896)
"... the fate of ephemerality was no longer to hang overa body of criticism as sound and fine in tone as any that has been recently produced in this country ..."

4. Library of the World's Best Literature: Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1897)
"... ephemerality of much of his work, and suggests his faults,—carelessness of style and looseness of construction, and an inclination to the sensational. ..."

5. Proceedings of the ... Annual Convention by Religious Education Association (1907)
"From ephemerality, and from philanthropically coated investment schemes, secondhand vaudeville, embalmed humor, etc., however, the scale ascends to ..."

6. The Dial edited by Francis Fisher Browne (1908)
"In his collection of ephemeral papers (he admits their ephemerality) entitled "All Things Considered" (Lane), he more than once condemns journalistic ..."

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