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momentarily

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmomentarilymo‧men‧tar‧i‧ly /ˈməʊməntərəli $ ˌmoʊmənˈterəli/ ●○○ adverb  1 SHORT TIMEfor a very short time syn briefly She was momentarily lost for words. Jimmy paused momentarily.2 American EnglishSOON very soon Mr Johnson will be with you momentarily.
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momentarilyI'll be with you momentarily.He was momentarily a bit taken aback.But to no avail; his ears would only come forward momentarily, and would then return to the backwards position again.Stafford was momentarily at a loss.Asked if he had ever considered doing costume work outside wrestling, Ojeda was momentarily at a loss.She rolled each syllable and stilled it momentarily in her throat.Billy had lost track momentarily of where he was or how he had gotten there.Mr Ewing will see you momentarily, sir.He checked, but only momentarily, then he had jumped down on to the track a knife in his hand.Spoleto paused momentarily to speak with reporters.The recorder came in with an adagio-like slowness and gravity, momentarily wobbled off-key, then recovered.
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