Its too-easy assumption: The Reserves would be a cadre against uncertainty, temporarily filling the ranks in any future emergency.
Blowing that last word is temporarily crushing under any circumstance.
Latino groups in Arizona remain guardedly optimistic that Pearce has been at least temporarily stopped.
Instead, the administration pandered to the temperamental Karzai, and temporarily sidelined Holbrooke.
Ex-Im funding will now be temporarily extended, and then the GOP will figure out a way to reauthorize it for another few years.
John has by this time become excited; they are mounting a little elevation, and temporarily their pace is reduced.
But be careful; most of the things are only temporarily mounted—just in glycerine.
Fortunately for France, Carnot was temporarily retained to control the department of war.
temporarily dumb with consternation, he returned her stare as silently.
The moon, temporarily unveiled, revealed as wet a landscape as one could possibly imagine.
1540s, from Latin temporarius "of seasonal character, lasting a short time," from tempus (genitive temporis) "time, season" (see temporal). The noun meaning "person employed only for a time" is recorded from 1848.