No doubt this is one momentary attitude in the history of this town—it's the advantage of being heir to such an ancient past.
Does this really sound like an event at the beginning of time when the universe experienced a momentary burst of expansion?
For this Muslim-majority nation, secularism was not a momentary reaction to Pakistani brutality.
It is hardly a rejection of adulthood, rather a momentary escape from routine.
Aggression is a momentary reaction, but recent cases of extreme violence were obviously the result of detailed planning.
The exaltation is momentary, the cold chill of fact overtakes me.
Would that I could dwell always in these momentary gleams of light!
Had the sensation of a night slipped through our brains in the momentary winking of the eyes?
When she spoke there was little to remind me of her momentary loss of self-command.
There was a momentary silence, during which here and there could be heard long in-drawn gasps.