|not permanent or lasting, temporary, impermanent, intermediate, passing||transitory|
|(British slang) rugby, type of ball game, variety of football in which players must advance to the goal without passing the ball forward (kicking and backwards or lateral passes are permitted)||rugger|
|(Computers) correction of jagged appearances in graphic objects by filling in the jagged areas with intermediate colors (like antialiasing)||oversampling|
|(Finance) quick and temporary rise in the price of a stock following a very steep decline||dead cat bounce|
|(Genetics) partially dominant, producing a trait that is intermediate to two different inherited traits (in heterozygotes)||semidominant|
|(in Poker) act of passing small sum of money to another player after winning the pot in a game||horsing|
|(Nautical) small shallow cargo boat with a keeled hull; large yacht with a permanent keel (rather than a removable centerboard), covered river boat with shallow draft||keelboat|
|(Physics) without inclination or dipping; of or pertaining to line passing through all points where there is no magnetic inclination||aclinic|
|(Slang) rough or temporary house; (Australia) Aboriginal small and roughly built hut the bush, humped; full of humps; covered with humps; hump-like||humpy|
|(Sports) type of ball game, variety of football in which players must advance to the goal without passing the ball forward (kicking and backwards or lateral passes are permitted)||rugby|
|(U.K.) working on a temporary basis; doing add jobs; taking advantage of opportunities of public service for personal gain||jobbing|
|15th anniversary, fifteenth anniversary, happening every 15 years, lasting 15 years, of a fifteenth anniversary; of a period of fifteen years||quindecennial|
|3-year period, event occurring every three years; three year period; three year anniversary, happening every 3 years, lasting 3 years, occurring every three years; consisting of three years, third anniversary||triennial|
|a god, able to live or last forever, being which will live forever and never die; one whose fame will last for all time, deathless, undying, eternal, everlasting; lasting for all time, eternally remembered, famous, somebody or something famous||immortal|
|a movement, act of moving, application to a judge or court, indicate, intimate, direct, movement from one note to another, gesture; proposal for discussion; request for a court order (Law); transition from one pitch to another (Musical), passing of sol...||motion|
|a support, a visit, act of halting; visit, temporary residence; suspension of a legal proceeding; brace; small piece of bone or plastic used to stiffen part of a garment; heavy rope (Nautical), alleviate in the short term, be around for something, comf...||stay|
|A unit investment trust that buys municipal bonds and usually holds them until maturity, passing the bond income on to shareholders, usually tax-free.||Municipal Investment Trust (MIT)|
|ability to penetrate, attack that enters enemy territory, degree of success in a market, depth projectile goes into a target, entering or passing through, insertion of penis, passing into, piercing, permeation; understanding; comprehension||penetration|
|able or tending to penetrate, entering, passing into; permeating; cunning, shrewd; sharp, loud and piercing, piercing or probing, sharp or perceptive||penetrating|
|able to fly, air travel, moving fast, not held at edge, passing quickly, traveling through the air on wings; carried in the wind; quick, swift; passing; escaping, traveling through the air; flight||flying|
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