momentously : Definition, Usages, News and More
- Those three particularly the first twoare conspicuous national characters, living richly in town and country, moving momentously across Britain's political stage.
- He could scarcely have expected how momentously right and wrong he was to be proved in the next 48 hours.
- Bank Bill Called into special session on four days notice, the 73rd Congress, young and Democratic, sat momentously in the Capitol last week.
News & Articles
- WHS graduates urged to beat unlucky number
HAMPTON — As 245 Winnacunnet High School graduates momentously began their roles in the work force, in the military and on college campuses, they were reminded how lucky they are.
June 15, 2013 - Portsmouth Herald
- Waldemar Januszczak in Times Online
The critic Waldemar Januszczak wrote recently: "St Ives today is a momentously false experience, with only the Tate enclave offering any serious resistance to the relentless gale of tat."