temporary state

  1. a state that continues for a limited time
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How To Use temporary state In A Sentence

  • In some measure, this attitude to fortification reflected the contemporary state of military engineering art in the West and Russia.
  • But as the word unconditional suggests, this isn’t a temporary state of mind that ends the moment we judge someone isn’t “worthy” of our respect. Egonomics
  • Unlike dementia, delirium is a severe but temporary state of mental confusion.
  • It actually, "establishes temporary statewide closed harvest seasons for bonefish and tarpon", and reiterates that "catch-and-release fishing for these important game fish species is still allowed. Uncategorized Blog Posts
  • The best known contemporary statement on the subject is Andy Warhol's, but it is routinely misapplied.
  • The long-suffering Tory faithful may feel they are going through hell; but last week's policy renaissance proved they are only in the temporary state of purgatory.
  • In this temporary state of grace, the heart of woman is revealed a two - inch heel.
  • Equilibrium let the game to end is temporary state, the prevent tactic should adjust by the development of land conflict.
  • This idyllic feeling of romance seemed too much like a temporary state, a schoolboy rite of passage.
  • It is in a temporary state of imbalance, and it tends as much as possible to maintain this imbalance.
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