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Definition of Momentarily

Momentarily

  1. Every moment; from moment to moment.

Momentarily Quotations

To dare is to lose one's footing momentarily. Not to dare is to lose oneself.
Soren Kierkegaard

The best music, you can seek some shelter in it momentarily, but it's essentially there to provide you something to face the world with.
Bruce Springsteen

Ironically, when I've asked my straight friends to join me in hanging a rainbow flag, they answer, 'But someone might think we're gay,' not realizing that is exactly the point. To be mistaken for the oppressed is to momentarily become the oppressed.
Alice Dreger

If either player abandon the game by quitting the table in anger, or in an otherwise offensive manner; or by momentarily resigning the game; or refuses to abide by the decision of the Umpire, the game must be scored against him.
Howard Staunton

We don't mature momentarily, but over the long-term.
John C. Maxwell
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Momentarily Translations

momentarily in Afrikaans is enige tyd, ewe
momentarily in Dutch is korte tijd, even, eventjes
momentarily in Portuguese is momentaneamente