from The Century Dictionary.

  • Temporary.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective obsolete Temporarity.

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  • adjective obsolete temporary


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Latin temporaneus happening at the right time, from tempus, temporis, time.


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  • Not quite co-temporaneous, but I've always loved Wallingford Riegger.

    Odometer Matthew Guerrieri 2008

  • In the other categories, there is the need for seizing the initiative and applying con-temporaneous force to achieve Shock and Awe.

    Shock and Awe — Achieving Rapid Dominance James P. Wade

  • Must these written declarations be contemporaneous with the gift, or would declarations written subsequently temporaneous with the gift, or would subsequently suffice?

    Board of Visitors minutes 1919

  • [Page 343] temporaneous one of the recognition of tactile stimuli in gradation, prepares for writing.

    The Montessori Method Anne E. Montessori George 1912

  • The silence, therefore, of the Charlotte meetings, and the absence of co-temporaneous history, as to the Dutch Side, is nothing against it.

    Reminiscences and Memoirs of North Carolina and Eminent North Carolinians John Hill 1884

  • The voting management challenge (which is not co-temporaneous for all voters) breaks down logically into three major stages: before the vote, during the vote, and after the vote.

    ZDNet News - News Page One 2009

  • Page 316, Volume 2 temporaneous Dutch musician, Nicolaus Craen, “by



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  • temporary;

    ex temporary

    ex temporaneous

    March 24, 2010