momentarily

[moh-muhn-tair-uh-lee, moh-muhn-ter-]
adverb
1.
for a moment; briefly: to pause momentarily.
2.
at any moment; imminently: expected to occur momentarily.

Origin:
1645–55; momentary + -ly

currently, immediately, momentarily, now, presently, soon (see synonym study at immediately)(see usage note at presently).
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momentarily (ˈməʊməntərəlɪ, -trɪlɪ, ˈməʊməntlɪ)
 
adv
1.  for an instant; temporarily
2.  from moment to moment; every instant
3.  (US), (Canadian) very soon

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Example sentences
By momentarily obstructing your vision, your brain is forced to project where
  the ball will be.
The officer can then wave you through or hold you momentarily for questioning.
Individual experiences momentarily coalesce, investing that moment with the
  potential to explore the human condition.
As the brainstorming ideas are hypothesized as years down the road, the
  pressure is momentarily off.
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