moment

[ moh-muhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF moment

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MOMENT

From the first moment you spoke, I have felt this mysterious power.

Philothea had listened so earnestly, that for a moment all other thoughts were expelled from her mind.

In this holy atmosphere we paused for a moment in silent reverence.

Philæmon averted his face for a moment, and struggled hard with his feelings.

A moment later Percival remembered his last words, also his reference to Blythe.

Tell Aunt Cornelia, please, that I shall be along in just a moment.

Come, before he comes to gibe us for having heeded a moment.

At the top she breathed a moment and then knocked at a door before her.

They were apart from the others and for the moment unnoticed.

At the moment of parting he began to realize that he had undertaken a difficult task.

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