Definitions for momentarily
ˌmoʊ mənˈtɛər ə li, ˈmoʊ mənˌtɛr-mo·men·tar·i·ly
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for an instant or moment
"we paused momentarily before proceeding"; "a cardinal perched momently on the dogwood branch"
at any moment
"she will be with you momently"
In a moment; in the immediate future.
In a momentary manner; for a moment or instant.
In a moment or very soon; at any moment.
Etymology: From momentary + -ly.
Momentarily is an adverb that generally means for a very short time or very soon. It can refer to something happening in the immediate future or an action or state that lasts for only a brief period.
every moment; from moment to moment
The numerical value of momentarily in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of momentarily in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
Two days of highly successful auctions that momentarily made us forget about a quiet market with their good results, even very good, geneva auctions have reached new heights in total value, it's unheard of.
To dare is to lose one's footing momentarily. To not dare is to lose oneself.
Human beings are on a journey of awareness, which has been momentarily interrupted by extraneous forces.
We have several types of victims, not all are victims due to the destruction of their homes, there are people who remain without jobs and whose only form of sustenance was tourism, which momentarily is nonexistent.
It's important. Very important, of course, that we avoid the default in our debt ceiling, coming up momentarily, all of these things you heard about in this debate are great. But for me, the two years that we have now to get back on regular order and stop lurching from crisis to crisis, to stop that business -- this bill will give us that great chance.
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