- The wagon gained momentum as it rolled down the hill.
Examples of momentum in a Sentence
The company has had a successful year and hopes to maintain its momentum by introducing new products.
The movie loses momentum toward the end.
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And like Saturday, his momentum was sapped with a bogey on 14.
The biggest difference is that, at shortstop, Machado was moving in on groundballs, right-to-left, with his momentum going towards first base.
The Toros began their momentum with a two-run second inning.
Did the shot naturally pull left with his momentum?
But under Smith, the Beavers appeared to be turning around some of its recruiting momentum.
Given our positive momentum, now is the right time to simplify our stock structure and transition to one share, one vote.
While the stock is still way off its all-time highs of 2015, the company had shown some progress in recapturing its momentum recently.
Smooth lateral cuts and quickly regains his momentum.
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shot in the arm;
MOMENTUM Defined for English Language Learners
: the strength or force that something has when it is moving
: the strength or force that allows something to continue or to grow stronger or faster as time passes
physics : the property that a moving object has due to its mass and its motion
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