One's sweetheart or lover (1930s+ Students)
She remained remarkably at ease, even as the plane climbed to 12,000 feet and the big moment arrived.
Journalists predicted the law would be upheld, then that it was toast--and then botched the big moment.
After a pretty good streak, this woman bets it all, only to make a fool of herself when the big moment comes.
When the big moment came, the former president rose from beside the person who is presently most likely to become the next one.
“Yes, this is a big moment for us,” Allen told The Daily Beast the day the pope resigned.
The instant Neale entered their presence he divined that he faced a big moment in his life.
This is a big moment for me, perhaps the biggest moment of my life.
By chance the moment of his entrance was also a big moment in the life of the man he had come to see.
She weakly wanted to put off the big moment; dared not face it.
But that, when her big moment came, she had met it squarely.