Numidae ab Jugurtha pro tempore parati instructique; dein proelium incipitur.
“Certainly, my love,” said Mrs Purser pro tempore, looking a battery of amiabilities.
Our modern expediency mongers have made them pro tempore an extinct science.
We put our wine to other uses in these twentieth century days, but we worship at the same tree, pro tempore.
An assembly of representatives chosen, pro tempore, by the people.
Sir Peregrine Maitland dismissed him, and appointed Mr. Hagerman, pro tempore, in his stead.
The Lucchese are the most industrious people in the world, and their agriculture made us, pro tempore, amateurs of rural economy.
They may take, pro tempore, the place which the rose formerly occupied.
Igitur Metellus pro tempore atque loco paratis rebus cuncta moenia exercitu circumvenit, legatis imperat, ubi quisque curaret.
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.”