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Read this excerpt from The American Spirit in Literature, by Bliss Perry. This sense of the transiency of human effort, the perishable nature of human institutions, was quick in the consciousness of the gentleman adventurers and sober Puritan citizens who emigrated from England to the New World. Based on your knowledge of morphemes and on its use in this context, the word "transient" most likely means which of these? wasteful difficult fleeting serious

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    @Theloshua

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    fleeting

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    the context clue is perishable

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    thanks! :) i might have more for you though .-. :(

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