These unifying words and phrases show effects or results and are sometimes used to refer to consequences that occur a posteriori (with temporal words like “after” and “then”). These transition words (like finally) have the function of limiting, limiting and defining time. They can be used either alone or as adverbary expressions. Use this list of more than 100 transient words and phrases in cases where you need to provide a comparison/contrast, summary, conclusion, or other information. Accent, addition, chord, contrast, order, resemblance, limitation are some of the transient types of words. Today, websites and blogs are rewarded for their ease of use and readability.