Still, the news was momentous, largely because it reinforced yet again the idea that gay marriage is perhaps inevitable.
Calling the wedding a “happy and momentous occasion,” Prime Minister David Cameron said the event would be a public holiday.
In some translations of the Quran the term "momentous sacrifice" has been replaced with animal sacrifice.
April 20, 2010, was to be a momentous day for BP and the 126 riggers, contractors, and support personnel on the rig.
Bringing a child into the world is a momentous decision, not to be taken lightly, with huge ramifications.
Where she could be placed became a subject of most melancholy and momentous consultation.
Those that confront us now are as momentous as any in the past.
The papal decision on the momentous question was at last put forth, November 12, 1323, in the bull Cum inter nonnullos.
The night came, the last night but one of that eventful, momentous year 1775.
His visit to Constantinople and Palestine in 1898 inaugurated a Levantine policy destined to have momentous results.