ephemeral definition

  • adjective:
    • Lasting for a markedly brief time: "There remain some truths too ephemeral to be captured in the cold pages of a court transcript” ( Irving R. Kaufman).
    • Living or lasting limited to each day, as certain plants or bugs do.
    • Lasting for a brief period of time.
    • present just for one-day, just like some blossoms, bugs, and diseases.
    • typically dry, but filling with water for brief durations during and after precipitation.
    • Beginning and closing in one day; present just, or no more than, a day; diurnal.
    • Short-lived; existing or continuing for a few days only.
    • enduring a tremendously limited time
    • Lasting for a markedly brief time: "There remain some truths also ephemeral become grabbed when you look at the cold pages of a court transcript” ( Irving R. Kaufman).
    • Lasting for a markedly brief time: "There remain some truths too ephemeral become grabbed in cool pages of a court transcript” ( Irving R. Kaufman).
    • Living or lasting limited to every single day, as certain flowers or insects do.
    • residing or enduring only for on a daily basis, as particular flowers or insects do.
    • Lasting for a short period of the time.
    • Existing for only one day, much like some flowers, insects, and conditions.
    • generally dried out, but completing with water for brief durations after and during precipitation.
    • Beginning and ending per day; existing just, or no longer than, each day; diurnal.
    • Lasting for a brief period of time.
    • temporary; present or continuing for a short time just.
    • current for only one day, just like some plants, insects, and diseases.
    • generally dried out, but completing with liquid for brief durations during and after precipitation.
    • Beginning and closing per day; existing only, or not any longer than, each and every day; diurnal.
    • Short-lived; current or continuing for a short while just.
    • enduring a rather short time
    • lasting a rather limited time
  • noun:
    • A markedly short-lived thing.
    • a thing that can last for a short period of the time.
    • any such thing lasting but daily, or a brief time; an ephemeral plant, pest, etc.
    • Everything which continues or lives however for every single day and for an extremely short time, as certain bugs.
    • any such thing short-lived, as an insect that lives just for everyday in its winged form
    • A markedly short-lived thing.
    • something that can last for a short period of the time.
    • A markedly temporary thing.
    • a thing that can last for a brief period of time.
    • Everything enduring but a-day, or a brief time; an ephemeral plant, pest, etc.
    • something enduring but every day, or a short time; an ephemeral plant, insect, etc.
    • something which continues or lives but also for a-day or for an extremely short time, as certain insects.
    • everything temporary, as an insect that lives just for everyday with its winged type
    • Everything which persists or life but for daily or even for a really limited time, as specific bugs.
    • everything short-lived, as an insect that life just for every single day in its winged type
  • others:
    • In zoology, enduring but one day; ephemeric; ephemerous.
    • For this reason Existing or continuing for a really limited time just; temporary; transitory.
    • Also, hardly ever, ephemeric.
    • Synonyms Transient, momentary, evanescent.
    • In zoology, enduring but one-day; ephemeric; ephemerous.
    • In zoology, enduring but one-day; ephemeric; ephemerous.
    • ergo current or continuing for a very small amount of time only; temporary; transitory.
    • In addition, hardly ever, ephemeric.
    • Synonyms Transient, momentary, evanescent.
    • For this reason Existing or continuing for an extremely short period of time only; temporary; transitory.
    • additionally, hardly ever, ephemeric.
    • Synonyms Transient, fleeting, evanescent.

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