Examples of momentary in a Sentence
He experienced a momentary loss of consciousness.
the pain of the flu shot was only momentary
Recent Examples of momentary from the Web
Still, nothing likely beats watching the sun take a momentary exit on the open seas.
On an idyllic Monday, the Royals built a 3-0 lead, Whit Merrifield came within a single of the cycle, and Eric Hosmer played momentary hero with a go-ahead two-run homer in the seventh.
Yet despite Lindsey's momentary concerns, the Tigers' first-year offensive coordinator is confident Hastings can be a dependable option in the passing game next season while withstanding the wear and tear of a full SEC slate.
Calling yesterday a momentary blip, Mark Jensen, head of Arthur Andersen’s technology group in the Valley, said the Dow’s dip presages a lull in the IPO market.
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Synonym Discussion of momentary
MOMENTARY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of momentary for English Language Learners
: lasting a very short time : lasting only a moment
MOMENTARY Defined for Kids
Definition of momentary for Students
: lasting only a very brief time The loud noise gave us a momentary fright.
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