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2. transient, fleeting, transitory, caducous, fugacious; not lasting, mortal, vanishing, transitional, transitive; temporal, short-lived, perishable, here today and gone tomorrow; momentary, impermanent, ephemeral, temporary, nonpermanent, meteoric, com-etary, flashing, flash-in-the-pan; flickering, unstable, precarious, fragile, unsubstantial; changeable, ever-changing, capricious, fickle, impulsive, impetuous, fly-by-night, wayward, vagrant; provisional, intermediate, short-term, short-termed; moving, shifting, inconstant, fugitive.
3. cursory, hasty, superficial, shallow, slight, surface; casual, off-hand, extemporaneous, extempore; brief, quick, glancing, short; fleet, speedy, breezy, brisk, sudden, rapid, swift; abrupt, brusque, summary, impatient, unthinking.
4. qualifying, admissible, worthy; acceptable, satisfactory, sufficient, sufficing, adequate, commensurate; unobjectionable, tolerable, average, par, Inf par for the course, Inf OK or okay, Inf. all right or alright; bordering, just over the line, safe, marginal, fair, fair to middling, middling, undistinguished.
-n. 5. going by, disappearance, disappearing, vanishing, dissipation, dissipating, dissolving, evaporation, eclipse, end; passing away, dying, death, demise, expiration, parting, cessation, exit. See parting
(def. 3).
6. passage, adoption, yes vote, acceptance; promotion, selection, election; preferment, appointment.
7. in passing by the way, incidentally, parenthetically,
Fr. en passant, by the by. passion, n. 1. rage, blind rage, fit, fit of anger or temper, paroxysm, convulsion, spasm, seizure; storm, eruption, explosion, outburst, rampage, tornado, whirlwind, tempest, towering rage, frenzy, blaze, blaze of temper or anger, Inf. conniption or conniption fit, Inf. dither, Inf. tizzy, Inf. tantrum or temper tantrum, Inf. huff, SI. swivet, Inf. lather; pother, furor, ferment, bluster, dudgeon, high dudgeon, pique, pet; anger, wrath, fury, hot blood, hot temper, fire, wrathfulness, vehemence, agitation, Inf. stew; fierceness, temper, spleen, bile, choler, ire, irefulness; resentment, seething, indignation, Inf. dander.
2. ardor, zeal, fervor, fervency, emotion, excitement; strong feeling, intensity, intentness, fervidness, spirit, vitality; exhilaration, eagerness, earnestness, avidity, zest, zestfulness, vivacity, animation, verve, gusto; rush, rush
or surge of emotion, impetuosity, abandon, vehemence, overzealousness, overeagerness, overenthusiasm, fanaticism, zealotry; excitability, explosiveness, tempestuousness, passionateness, impassionedness; theatricality, sensationalism, emotionalism, emotiveness.
3. desire, hunger, thirst, appetite, appetence
or ap-pentency, craving; lust, aphrodisia, carnal or sexual passion, coveting, concupiscence, estrous or oestrous, rut, goatishness, horniness, SI. hot pants; flaming desire, frenzy of desire, desideration; urge, irresistible urge, drive, itch, ache, pang; arousal, distress, impatience, panting, heaving; heat, fire, fever, aching, urgency, yearning, need, longing, Inf. yen, Inf hankering; ardor, amorousness, ecstasy, ravishment, transport, rapture, delirium, intoxication; palpitation, throb, throbbing, quiver, shiver, tremor; warmth of feeling, warmth, flush, thrill.
4. love, strong affection, predilection, partiality,
Inf weakness, Inf. crush; enthusiasm, keen interest, seriousness, application, preoccupation, fascination, dedication, compulsion; idolatry, idolization, Inf. hero worship, adoration; involvement, immersion, rapt attention, absorbed attention or interest, lust for learning, thirst for knowledge; prepossession.
5. loved one, beloved, object of one's affections; idol, hero, favorite,
Inf. heartthrob, Inf. dreamgirl or dreamboy, Inf. dreamboat; heart's desire, dearest wish, fondest dream or hope, craze, obsession, mania; interest, intense curiosity, matter of interest, Inf. hobby-horse; fancy, desideratum; aspiration, ambition; magnet, temptation, object of passion, fixation, Psychoanal, cathexis, Psychoanal, hypercathexis; ruling passion, fixed idea, Fr. idee fixe, possession.

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