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.
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Carroll said Avril, 31, suffered an injury that momentarily left Avril without sensation in his hands.
The mistake only momentarily slowed down New England's offense.
Walters wandered momentarily from her post to watch the dancers.
The topic of aliens - yes aliens - came up momentarily at yesterday’s White House briefing when press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was asked about reports that the Pentagon ran a secret program to investigate UFO sightings.
Multiple transit agencies in the San Francisco Bay Area momentarily paused service Tuesday in his memory.
Asked his thoughts on facing the Titans this Sunday, Garoppolo was momentarily confused.
Progress is measured in the playoffs, not by (at least momentarily) stopping a free-fall.
Marshall extended its lead midway through the second quarter when Jabari James momentarily bobbled the shotgun snap, recovered and found Thomas wide open for a 92-yard touchdown, sealed by a forceful block by Houston-Shepard.
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