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Entry 1 of 2 1 a : passing especially quickly into and out of existence : transitory transient beauty b : passing through or by a place with only a brief stay or sojourn transient visitors 2 : affecting something or producing results beyond itself transient. A transient mood is one that passes quickly. A brief stopover in a town on your way to somewhere else is a transient visit. A summer job on a farm is transient work, lasting only as long as the growing season. You may occasionally experience a transient episode of dizziness or weakness, which vanishes without a trace. As a noun, transient means a person who passes through a place, staying only briefly. The hoboes and tramps of earlier years were some of our most colorful transients, known for hopping freight trains, panhandling on the street, and stealing homemade pies cooling on the windowsill. Rather, he trivialized him by dragging him into the transient issues of the day. This is what the Million Man March meant to participants.