The natural haughtiness of those classic features was somewhat modified by a pro tem smile.
"I'm looking after the business just now," admitted the pro tem.
Vice versa, en route, pro tem, and like words should go in roman.
The eyes were surprised at this observation because as he, the person who owned them pro tem.
The town clerk was perfectly aware that the Holy Roman Empire had come to an end, pro tem.
When Handy and his pro tem landlord arrived in Weston they discovered the ever-faithful Smith at the station awaiting them.
Fabvier, as you know, held a chief command in Greece, and was elected governor of Paris pro tem.
When vacancies occur in any of the elective offices of the Lodge, they must be filled by seniority or pro tem.
He would rally more quickly, and be enabled to think more clearly and consistently—at least pro tem.
Captain d'Harcourt had succeeded Major Brocard pro tem as commandant of the unit.
Latin, literally "for the time (being)." Abbreviated form pro tem is attested by 1828.
Temporarily: “While the president of the company is ill, the vice president will act as the leader pro tem.” From Latin, meaning “for the time being.”