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1. temporary

adjective. ['ˈtɛmpɝˌɛri'] not permanent; not lasting.

Synonyms

  • permanence
  • pro tem
  • working
  • transient
  • impermanent
  • makeshift
  • evanescent
  • permanency
  • short-lived
  • ephemeral
  • unstable
  • transitory
  • shipboard
  • acting
  • terminable
  • interim
  • fly-by-night
  • improvised
  • pro tempore
  • episodic
  • jury-rigged
  • passing
  • temporal

Antonyms

  • permanent
  • impermanence
  • unemployed
  • impractical

Etymology

  • temporarius (Latin)
  • tempus (Latin)

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Words that Rhyme with Temporary Removal

  • disapproval
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2. temporary

adjective. ['ˈtɛmpɝˌɛri'] lacking continuity or regularity.

Synonyms

  • irregular
  • part-time

Antonyms

  • impermanent
  • mortality
  • malfunctioning

Etymology

  • temporarius (Latin)
  • tempus (Latin)

3. temporary

noun. ['ˈtɛmpɝˌɛri'] a worker (especially in an office) hired on a temporary basis.

Synonyms

  • temporary worker
  • temp

Antonyms

  • inoperative
  • immanent
  • infinite

Etymology

  • temporarius (Latin)
  • tempus (Latin)

4. removal

noun. ['rɪˈmuːvəl'] the act of removing.

Synonyms

  • decontamination
  • deletion
  • riddance
  • abscission
  • disembowelment
  • elimination
  • rinse
  • separation
  • dislodgement
  • dislodgment
  • stripping
  • skimming
  • husking
  • voidance
  • rinsing
  • withdrawal
  • baring
  • remotion
  • dermabrasion
  • evisceration
  • abstraction
  • emptying
  • evacuation
  • cutting off
  • autotomy
  • extraction
  • denudation

Antonyms

  • association
  • integration
  • misconception
  • hire

Etymology

  • -al (English)
  • remove (English)
  • remeven (Middle English (1100-1500))

5. removal

noun. ['rɪˈmuːvəl'] dismissal from office.

Synonyms

  • release
  • sacking
  • dismission
  • purge
  • firing
  • discharge
  • dismissal
  • liberation

Antonyms

  • union
  • connectedness
  • joint
  • continuity

Etymology

  • -al (English)
  • remove (English)
  • remeven (Middle English (1100-1500))

Example sentences of the word temporary-removal


1. Noun Phrase
These steps are defined by chromosomes condensing, temporary removal of the nuclear membrane, separation and movement of separated chromosomes to opposite ends of the cell by spindle fibers.

2. Noun Phrase
It's also possible you're redoing the floor in your bathroom or completing some other remodel that requires temporary removal of the toilet.

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