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Synonyms for ephemeral

Synonyms for ephemeral

Synonyms for ephemeral

anything short-lived, as an insect that lives only for a day in its winged form


Related Words

lasting a very short time

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Unfortunately, any of these may also become ephemeral, and information may have to be transferred to different formats as materials deteriorate or as equipment and technologies change.
Andrea Snyder headed a session on preserving ephemeral dance; and archivist Leslie Hansen Kopp gave practical information about how to preserve such memorabilia as letters and programs.
Molnia says clients studying the glacier and pilots flying over it this year have noted large numbers of ephemeral lakes on the surface of the ice, suggesting that the drainage system through the glacier has become plugged.
Contract notice: Installation of an ephemeral ice rink on the Alles de la Libert in Cannes.
I always challenge myself to capture that fleeting moment, something quick, short-lived yet ephemeral,' remarked Rosscapili (the artist's professional name) in one interview.
It can provide the properties of sKCI-resilience and sFS and it is secure even if the ephemeral key reveal query is considered.
Built from the ground up to address HIPAA compliance, the secure, private and ephemeral messaging application has the capability to be utilized to:
The biota and succession patterns in ephemeral streams (sensu Armantrout, 1998; Bain and Stevenson, 1999) have not been well studied in the southwestern United States when aquatic habitats are temporarily (e.
CALLED 'ephemeral' messaging app Snapchat just got a bit less, well, ephemeral, with the introduction of paid replays.
SO-CALLED "ephemeral" messaging app Snapchat just got a bit less, well, ephemeral, with the introduction of paid replays.
fallax due to crushing in their ephemeral pools by illegal trail bike traffic in a reserved area.
Previously unregulated ephemeral as well as intermittent and perennial streams receive Clean Water Act protections under a joint final rule released June 2 by the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.
Bovine ephemeral fever is an economically important viral disease of cattle and buffalo.
com)-- Six weeks into its official launch in the Apple app store, Wisper is gaining traction in the world of ephemeral mobile applications by bringing users a platform that so seamlessly allows users to share and exchange real-time, ephemeral content and messages to contacts, friends, and loved ones through wisper chats and "lyfe" feeds.
Mature embryos are hatched in a chilled (4C) low pH (pH 3) peat moss extract that mimics water conditions in newly filled ephemeral ponds.