What is the opposite of long-lasting?

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Adjective
Opposite for persisting or enduring for a long time
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Opposite for long-lasting
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Opposite for persisting for an extended period of time
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Opposite for extending for the entire duration of life
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Opposite for strong and long-lasting
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Opposite for continuing or persisting in the same state
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Opposite for never ending or changing
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Opposite for lasting and not likely to experience any sudden changes
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Opposite for very serious or severe
Adjective
(of a person) Opposite for having been in existence for a long time
“The young students were thrown into the deep end to get them out of their comfort zone.”
Adjective
Opposite for lasting longer than is usual or expected; prolonged
Adjective
Opposite for lasting or taking a long time
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Opposite for lasting for an indefinitely long time
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Opposite for protracted, extending for a great period of time
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Opposite for of or relating to utility
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Opposite for difficult to break and therefore able to withstand rough usage
Adjective
Opposite for having existed for a long time
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Opposite for enduring forever
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Opposite for chronic
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Opposite for strong enough to withstand rough work or treatment
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Opposite for strongly built or made
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Opposite for steadfast and constant
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Opposite for implanted or firmly established
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Opposite for having deep roots
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Opposite for especially after salvaging or special treatment or processing
Adjective
Opposite for not able to be destroyed
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