momentous


mo·men·tous

adjective \mō-ˈmen-təs, mə-\

: very important : having great or lasting importance

Full Definition of MOMENTOUS

mo·men·tous·ly adverb
mo·men·tous·ness noun

Examples of MOMENTOUS

  1. My college graduation was a momentous day in my life.
  2. <a momentous occasion that will go down in the history books>

First Known Use of MOMENTOUS

1656

Rhymes with MOMENTOUS

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