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
After momentarily celebrating their win, South Korean players dropped to the grass, several of them shedding tears, apparently after learning that Mexico lost.
In the pulpits and at picnics, purple momentarily replaced red and blue.
The debate over whether charter schools should open in Jefferson County is on pause — at least momentarily.
The pianist, singer-songwriter's spotlight abandoned him momentarily during his performance to focus on some younger talent.
The kids who step into the room stop and stare, momentarily puzzled, at the wash on their feet.
Spain's King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia managed to momentarily pull our eyes away from Kensington Palace for a royal engagement with a decidedly Texan flair over the weekend.
In April, a similar tweet from Mr. Trump sent the price of oil lower momentarily.
The driver fled the scene, but returned momentarily.
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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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