Temporary, passing away with time, lasting or staying only a short while, momentary, fleeting, short-lived.
SYN: transitory, evanescent, ephemeral, fugitive, fugacious.
ANT: permanent, timeless, eternal, everlasting.
A person who has no home or job, esp one who begs from people.
A person who has no home or job and who travels from place to place.
Ath that by its nature is bound to pass away or come to an end.
Fading away like vapor or vanishes as if into thin air.
Living or lasting for only a day.
(n) A person who has escaped or is running away from somewhere and is trying to avoid being caught.
(adj) (1) Trying to avoid being caught.
(2) Lasting only for a very short time.
SYN: fleeting, fugacious.
To irritate, annoy, vex, harass, pester, provoke.
(1) To reject, cast off, disown, renounce, refuse to accept as one's own.
(2) To reject as false, deny the authority of, refuse to accept as true.
Hasty, rash, overeager; acting in a sudden, vigorous, emotional way, with little thought.
ANT: prudent, discreet, circumspect.
Suggests reckless haste and foolish daring.
Suggests an ungovernable inner force that drives one to act without thinking.
Spending carefully and wisely; also, involving little expense, not wasteful or lavish.
SYN: thrifty, economical, provident, parsimonious.
Implies hard work and good management as a means to prosperity.
Implies the use of money or resources in the most
Providing for the future.
Extremely frugal, stingy, miserly.
Out of place, inappropriate, inconsistent, unsuitable, lacking harmony of parts or agreement in character.
Coming together harmoniously, fitting in consistently.
To relieve, ease, make less severe or intense; also, to satisfy, appease, make content.
SYN: allay, mollify, mitigate.
To confirm, support, make more certain or believable, strengthen by providing additional evidence or proof.
Synonyms: authenticate, verify, substantiate.
(n) A person's face or their expression.
(v) To support sth or agree to sth happening.
SYN: consent to
To establish sth as authentic or genuine.
To establish as true, confirm the accuracy of.
To support by supplying reliable evidence or proof.
To decorate, dress up, adorn, enhance with ornamentation, make more beautiful, elegant, or interesting.
Greedy, money-grubbing, miserly, consumed with a selfish desire to accumulate money or property.
SYN: covetous, mercenary.
An excessive desire for anything.
An excessive and sometimes immoral desire for what another person has.
Feeling or showing strong sexual desire.
Refers, usually unfavorably, to the gratification of the senses or physical appetites, esp in a self-indulgent or sexual way.
Refers favorably to things experienced through the senses.