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Transitory


TRANS'ITORY, adjective [Latin transitorius.] Passing without continuance; continuing a short time; fleeting; speedily vanishing.

O Lord, comfort and succor all them who, in this

transitory life, are in trouble.

1. In law, a transitory action, is one which may be brought in any county, as actions for debt, detinue, slander and the like. It is opposed to local.