momentarily

[ moh-muh n-tair-uh-lee, moh-muh n-ter- ]SEE DEFINITION OF momentarily

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He had discovered years before that he was sometimes able thus to puzzle her momentarily.

"He wants to build," answered Hattie, momentarily encouraged.

Calendar's moon-like visage was momentarily divested of any trace of color.

Moist flesh if it chanced to touch iron froze to it momentarily.

Phee-e-al, too, had been only momentarily stunned—he was springing.

She looked a little puzzled, and it seemed to him that she hesitated, momentarily.

He had, momentarily, forgotten his grandfather and the latter's prejudices.

Albert hesitated and was, momentarily, a trifle embarrassed.

They stirred, and one of them was momentarily moved into a faint semblance of valour.

The enemy in force is in our front, and an attack is momentarily expected.

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