bird of passage

bird of passage
Meaning: a transient, one who is here today and gone tomorrow.
Example: She moves out nearly every year; she’s a true bird of passage.

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Author Allauddin writes on 11th February 2016

Do not trust him; he is a bird of passage.

Author Nilar writes on 2nd September 2015

The One who does not like staying long in one place..

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