momentarily[ moh-muh n-tair-uh-lee, moh-muh n-ter- ]SEE DEFINITION OF momentarily
Synonyms for momentarily
- for a little while
- for a minute
- for a moment
- for a second
- for a short time
- for a short while
- for an instant
- right now
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MOMENTARILY
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.