I used to sit sometimes chewing at the insides of my mouth and thinking I was going crazy—I had a frightful sense of transiency.
transiency Has set its mark on life, and there is none Who can escape its curse.
The fury, height, and transiency of their spoutings was a thing to be seen and not recounted.
Why all this change and transiency, if the same things were to be repeated?
But besides this transiency external to us, John finds a corresponding transiency within us.
The same author, himself inaccessible to alteration, has appointed to all natural things the law of transiency and succession.
This characteristic brought another in its train—a lack of stability, and a proneness to transiency.
Their pleading persistence presents substantially the same prayer and supports it by the same considerations of man's transiency.
You can get much or little, according to the greatness or the smallness, the fixity or the transiency, of your desires.
That will make morning in mirk midnight; that will take all the sorrow out of the transiency of life.