Examples of momentarily in a Sentence
The wind let up momentarily, allowing us to start a campfire.
He paused momentarily before finishing his speech.
We expect them to arrive momentarily.
Recent Examples of momentarily from the Web
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Avril suffered an injury that momentarily left the player without sensation in his hands.
Former editor turned designer, Yi-Mei Truxes, started her line of handwoven bags after being momentarily transfixed by a woman in a white dress carrying a straw purse in the streets of Manhattan.
Hit up the middle, Sogard got to the grounder and reeled it in momentarily, only to bobble it and not be able to get the out at second base.
One friend wrapped a rope around the victim's neck, causing him to momentarily lose consciousness.
Modric's lack of concentration for a split second in the first-leg evidence of how crucial his role could be on Tuesday evening, with Rabiot losing the ex-Tottenham Hotspur ace only momentarily before slotting home.
So dislocating it again two days into practice in Pyeongchang, momentarily left her with doubt.
Eric Seals, Detroit Free Press Detroit's QLINE streetcar was momentarily out of service due to an accident Monday after a car parked too close to the tracks because of the snow -- a practice that's been causing significant delays this week.
Injuries: Davis jammed his left thumb in the first quarter and went to the locker room momentarily before checking back into the game.
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MOMENTARILY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of momentarily for English Language Learners
: for a short time : for a moment
: very soon : at any moment
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