Definition of Fugaciousness. Meaning of Fugaciousness. Synonyms of Fugaciousness

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Definition of Fugaciousness

Fugaciousness
Fugaciousness Fu*ga"cious*ness, n. Fugacity. [Obs.]

Meaning of Fugaciousness from wikipedia

- corolline (petal-like). Anthesis (the period of flower opening) is usually fugacious (short lived). Some of the more persistent perigones demonstrate thermonastic...
- which fall off when the petals begin to open. Compare persistent and fugacious. caespitose Tufted or turf-like, e.g. the growth form of some gr****es...
- hypothallus, purplish black. The cortex at first papillate, however this is a fugacious or transitory phase. The capillitium, the network of thread-like filaments...
- frū̆ctus fructose, frugivorous fug-, fugit- flee Latin fugere centrifuge, fugacious, fugitive, refuge fum- smoke Latin fūmus fume, fumigation fund- bottom...
- leaves are retained throughout the year, sometimes for several years. Fugaciouslasting for a short time: soon falling away from the parent plant. Marcescent...
- themselves in a position to go in full and effective pursuit of their fugacious and traitorous proprietors. . . . the instructions given to Brig. Gen...
- legerity and sophrosyne, whose Sprachgefühl and orexis will find more than fugacious fulfillment among its felicific pages. He died on August 21, 2008, of...
- recognize a corporeal possessory interest in substances they considered to be fugacious or “wild and migratory,” and therefore subject to loss by drainage. Among...
- frū̆ctus fructose, frugivorous fug-, fugit- flee Latin fugere centrifuge, fugacious, fugitive, refuge fum- smoke Latin fūmus fume, fumigation fund- bottom...
- fugiō fug- fug- fugit- flee centrifugal, centrifugation, centrifuge, fugacious, fugacity, fugal, fugato, fugitive, fugue, refuge, refugee, subterfuge...