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momentary

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmomentarymo‧men‧ta‧ry /ˈməʊməntəri $ ˈmoʊmənteri/ ●○○ adjective 🔊 🔊 SHORT TIMEcontinuing for a very short time syn brief 🔊 There was a momentary pause.see thesaurus at short
Examples from the Corpus
momentaryWas it all just a year of madness, a momentary dot.con?Is this a momentary indicator with no long-term payoff?Paige scarcely registered the momentary pain of his possession before spiralling waves of indescribable pleasure took her.Leonie felt a momentary pang of compassion for her wayward granddaughter.They have a very hard time saying no to momentary pleasures, regardless of the risks or consequences.Davis was surprised into a momentary silence.As Father Maier fretted over the course of the meeting, Ray McGovern reveled in his momentary success.
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