- moment of inertia,
- moment of sail,
- moment of truth,
Origin of momentarily
Examples from the Web for momentarily
Somebody yanks Chan and elbows him and he is momentarily distracted trying to apprehend his assailant.
While attempting to pull a bin of canned food toward him, Bob is momentarily pulled underwater by a walker sneak-attack.The Walking Dead’s Most Gruesome Scene Yet: ‘A Man’s Gotta Eat’|Melissa Leon|October 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
They are told that this event is important, and they may, momentarily, set aside their skepticism.
Scourges, he says, “are killers who act, momentarily, as agents freed from sacred order and its commanding truths.”
RT brass seemed to have momentarily forgotten, however, that they were in Washington, not Moscow.
Momentarily, now, there was an increasing assurance apparent in the movements of the man.Joan Thursday|Louis Joseph Vance
The light of ferocity had entirely gone from his eyes; momentarily the whole expression of the face was one of satisfied greed.El Dorado|Baroness Orczy
(a) In our illustration, the shock of coolness generated confusion and suspended belief, at least momentarily.How We Think|John Dewey
Momentarily, he slowed his pace, thinking he was ripe for a bushwhacking job.First on the Moon|Jeff Sutton
Cam was momentarily spooked—and not "on account of the account," either.Telempathy|Vance Simonds