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Spell check of temporary

Correct spelling: temporary

Synonyms:
practicing, working, temporal, on the wing, on the fly, pro tem, fickle, Guest, transitory, impermanent, mortal, operating, for the time being, temporary worker, provisory, perishable, ephemeral, volatile, summary, unfixed, short, makeshift, functioning, momentary, irregular, performing, fading, fugitive, unpredictable, cursory, short-range, passing, alternate, pro tempore, fleet, atypical, terminable, fleeting, changeable, rootless, stopgap, transient, flying, acting, short-term, provisional, unstable, on the go, short-lived, jury-rigged, part-time, deciduous, fly-by-night, fugacious, continue, restless, flitting, improvised, overnight, brief, substitute, flash, provisionary, instantaneous, evanescent, visiting, flickering, interim, temp, mutable, maverick, shifting, deputy, unorthodox, episodic, surrogate, ad interim, time.

Antonyms:
everlasting, fixed, standing, extended, ceaseless, set, imperishable, lasting, long-lived, durable, endless, permanent, indefectible, long-term, abiding, long-range, immortal, eternal, dateless, unfading, perpetual, full-time, continuing, timeless, persistent, unqualified, final, unconditional, unlimited, enduring, deathless, unending, lifelong, indestructible, settled, undying.

Examples of usage:

1) It's only normal- and temporary like human love- but how can we explain it to them? - "The Love of Frank Nineteen", David Carpenter Knight.

2) Or one trade may from temporary reasons be busy, while others are depressed. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

3) We figured that we could almost live upon my salary, but there were practical difficulties in the way of taking temporary quarters, if we were going to England soon afterwards. - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.

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