Definition of Transiencies

1. Noun. (plural of transiency) ¹



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Definition of Transiencies

1. transiency [n] - See also: transiency

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Transiencies

transhistoricity
transhuman
transhumance
transhumances
transhumanism
transhumanist
transhumanists
transhumanize
transhumans
transhumant
transhumants
transhumeral
transhydrogenase
transience
transiences
transiencies (current term)
transiency
transient
transient acantholytic dermatosis
transient albuminuria
transient global amnesia
transient ischaemic attack
transient ischemic attack
transient luminous events
transient retinopathy
transiently
transientness
transients

Literary usage of Transiencies

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1. As You Like it by William Shakespeare (1908)
"For even so it is with the permanences of our intellectual and imaginative being that he deals, and not with any transiencies of popular or fashionable ..."

2. The Teaching of English in the Elementary and the Secondary School by Percival Chubb (1902)
"... adventure — make appeal to the sensitive nature, it becomes a matter of chief moment whether what are often mere transiencies of impulse and liking, ..."

3. Essays, Reviews, and Addresses by James Martineau (1891)
"... the law of Heracleitus, and that what we call external phenomena are but the product of a relation between two transiencies, without any constant term. ..."

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