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mo·men·tous

 (mō-mĕn′təs)
adj.
Of utmost importance; of outstanding significance or consequence: a momentous occasion; a momentous decision.

mo·men′tous·ly adv.
mo·men′tous·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.momentously - in a momentous waymomentously - in a momentous way      
Translations
بأهَمِّيَّةٍ بالِغَه
významně
betydningsfuldt
á afdrifaríkan hátt
önemli olarak

moment

(ˈməumənt) noun
1. a very short space of time. I'll be ready in a moment; after a few moments' silence.
2. a particular point in time. At that moment, the telephone rang.
ˈmomentary adjective
lasting for only a moment. a momentary feeling of fear.
ˈmomentarily ((American) moumənˈte-) adverb
moˈmentous (-ˈmen-) adjective
of great importance. a momentous event.
moˈmentously adverb
at the moment
at this particular time; now. She's rather busy at the moment.
the moment (that)
exactly when. I want to see him the moment he arrives.
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On 14 October 2013, the Court of Appeal momentously overturned the High Court's 2009 verdict, enforcement of which had been delayed pending the government's appeal.
Momentously, Nadler shows Cartesian thought affirmed God's full power and mystery, yet freed science-wielding humans to probe the creation to their own ends.