When that failed, a general strike followed, which temporarily shut down the oil industry.
Instead, the administration pandered to the temperamental Karzai, and temporarily sidelined Holbrooke.
Obviously, the first step is halting the BSkyB grab, which has already been accomplished, at least temporarily.
Ex-Im funding will now be temporarily extended, and then the GOP will figure out a way to reauthorize it for another few years.
Hunter the psychologist diagnoses her lover too, saying he was “temporarily insane” for denying the paternity of their daughter.
John has by this time become excited; they are mounting a little elevation, and temporarily their pace is reduced.
He held up a countenance that was now wholly—if temporarily—blind.
Fortunately for France, Carnot was temporarily retained to control the department of war.
She did not sulk; she had lost hope, she was temporarily beaten.
The moon, temporarily unveiled, revealed as wet a landscape as one could possibly imagine.
1540s, from Latin temporarius "of seasonal character, lasting a short time," from tempus (genitive temporis) "time, season" (see temporal). The noun meaning "person employed only for a time" is recorded from 1848.