He was momentously deciding between the emperor and Hoshiko.
It is rather the reawakening of an old temper to which England's history has so often and so momentously given expression.
He always spoke respectfully of Effie, and as if momentously impressed with a sense of duty towards her.
Cantelupe stands up, so momentously that Horsham's gentle flow of speech dries up.
Thus arose the momentously important mediæval institutions of the Common Land, owned side by side with private land.
"They expect you and me to set at the Ordinary's table along with the speakers," he announced, momentously.