momently

[ moh-muh nt-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF momently
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MOMENTLY

For two more days I worked, crushed by a gloom that momently intensified.

He cursed the pack he carried on his back, which momently grew heavier.

And Alan gazed upon her with an awe which momently increased.

He felt that he was watched—he felt that he was in momently peril.

Momently she awaited the touch of Clare's hand upon her shoulder.

And momently there was upon them a chill as of the winter-death.

A roar of water, momently increasing, marked the slow rise of the barrier.

Perhaps it was a married pair, and their approach might be momently expected.

The train was already moving, but they momently recognised each other, and Harold smiled—his own frank affectionate smile.

Thus prepared for battle, we momently expected to hear the war-whoop.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MOMENTLY

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