Definition of 'impermanent'
Example sentences containing 'impermanent'
She was impermanent, of course, no less than the fish or the figs.SACRAMENT (2001)
But amitié amoureuse is an impermanent state if it precedes l'amour.LEFT, RIGHT AND CENTRE (2001)
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