Transitory

Tran"si*to*ry

(?), a. [L. transitorius: cf. F. transitoire. See Transient.] Continuing only for a short time; not enduring; fleeting; evanescent.
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Comfort and succor all those who, in this transitory life, are in trouble.
Bk. of Com. Prayer.
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It was not the transitory light of a comet, which shines and glows for a wile, and then . . . vanishes into nothing.
South.
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Transitory action (Law), an action which may be brought in any county, as actions for debt, and the like; -- opposed to local action. Blackstone. Bouvier.
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Syn. -- transient; short-lived; brief. See Transient.
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