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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to transiency:   (131 results)

Often used in the same context:
transience, de facto segregation, disconnectedness, underemployment, affluence, hopelessness, sparsity, disproportionality, pauperism, miseducation, stigmatism, aimlessness, voicelessness, discouragement, illiteracy, insecurity, fatherlessness, inequity, cliquishness, intermarriage, rootlessness, maldistribution, upward mobility, pauperisation, incivilities, marginality, apathy, demographics, maladjustment, stratification, underachievement, dropout, inequality, gentrification, itinerancy, urbanization, homogeny, transient, powerlessness, functionally illiterate, nebulousness, enrollment, recidivism, truancy, victimization, acculturation, stochasticity, impoverishment, demoralization, perverseness, neighborhoods, classism, credentialism, homelessness, educable, prevalence, connectedness, territorialism, alienation, deprivation, geographics, poverty, suburbanites, immiseration, stigma, absenteeism, exurbia, pluralization, exclusionism, despondence, demoralisation, unhealthiness, population, romanticization, rurality, disenfranchisement, disincorporation, misandry, blacks, loneliness, functional obsolescence, anxiety, fearfulness, apprehensiveness, pervasiveness, illegitimacy, senioritis, disparity, boredom, averageness, privation, juvenile delinquency, heterogeneity, anomie, remoteness, students, diversity, disfranchisement, districts, professoriate, overcrowding, nonparticipation, artificiality, mutability, abstractness, arbitrariness, constancy, fallibility, finitude, fluidity, imperfection, indeterminacy, propinquity, ubiquity, unpredictability, changeability, cleanness, closeness, coarseness, concreteness, contingency

More specific:
ephemerality, ephemeralness, evanescence, fleetingness, fugaciousness, fugacity

More general:
impermanence, impermanency

Synonyms:
transience, transitoriness

Also try:
— Adjectives for transiency: high, very, human, own, such, extreme, utter, luminous, median, common, considerable, more...

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