[ mˌə͡ʊməntˈe͡ɪni͡əs], [ mˌəʊməntˈeɪniəs], [ m_ˌəʊ_m_ə_n_t_ˈeɪ_n_iə_s]
Related words: momentaneous time, momentaneous equations, momentaneous object, momentaneous vectors, momentaneous acceleration, momentaneous power, momentaneous change
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How to use "Momentaneous" in context?
When most people think of moments, they probably connote a long-term memory or even an experience that spanned some time. For example, if I tell you that I have a memory of being in Egypt, you would probably think of that experience as a long-term memory. But what about if I tell you that I had a spontaneous moment of joy when I saw my friend at the library? That experience would likely be more fleeting and would only last for a brief moment.
Homophones for Momentaneous:
- mating, Montan Wax, madness, Mount Adams, mountain ash, mandamus, mutinus, muddiness, meeting, maintenance, mountain oak, meat-eating, mountainous, monotonous, medium-size, myotonic, meadow mouse, mending, matins, monatomic, mundaneness, matting, minuteness, meetinghouse, mounting, metonymic, muteness, moodiness, monoatomic, mediateness, maddening, meeting house, monotonic, mutinous, muntingia.
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