- ephemeral + -ly (Wiktionary)
“Before the silicon chip was invented, pen and paper, the printing press and the camera all helped store information for us, ephemerally or for posterity.”
“ÂMoving through the maze-like corridors of its endless rooms, one sees all these groupings of objects where the Belle Epoque meets deshabille chic, arranged ephemerally on tables and under bell jars.”
“But it has been so badly served by administrators' bloating the itinerary and so thoroughly eclipsed by a flashier, even more ephemerally enjoyable format that a failure to excite this time will just about render it redundant.”
“Moving through the maze-like corridors of its endless rooms, one sees all these groupings of objects where the Belle Epoque meets deshabille chic, arranged ephemerally on tables and under bell jars.”
“Magic realism" describes a style of Latin American writing where dreams and reality meet on equal footing in worlds lying ephemerally in between, poised to subvert back to the norm the very instant a strange experience is realized.”
“What does that make us? gods? who control over our non sentient beings that have no life in themselves but only manipulated by the human beings who don't eternally live but eventually decompose into void, only for living ephemerally?”
“The ephemerally flooded depressions are called vernal pools.”
“They are able to exploit locally and ephemerally favorable conditions during much of the year quite freely.”
“Then floating ephemerally amongst the millions of “publishers” will be the collaborative enterprises, the wikis, the community databases with APIs, the twitter public timelines, etc — all held in trust, in the public commons, or perhaps by nonprofits.”
“To invite someone into your home is to invite them, however ephemerally, into your life.”
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