Momentary



[moh-muh n-ter-ee] /ˈmoʊ mənˌtɛr i/

adjective
1.
lasting but a ; very brief; fleeting:
a momentary glimpse.
2.
that might occur at any ; ever impending:
to live in fear of momentary annihilation.
3.
effective or recurring at every ; constant.
/ˈməʊməntərɪ; -trɪ/
adjective
1.
lasting for only a moment; temporary
adj.

“lasting a moment,” mid-15c., from Latin momentarius “of brief duration,” from momentum (see moment).

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