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Difference between 'Momentry' and 'Momentous'

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Momentary means belonging to the moment, lasting for a short time.

Momentous means important.

Sample Usage

1. There was only a momentary loss of the great vision in that immortal poet.
2. A man should not purchase life-long pain for momentary pleasure.
3. A momentary feeling of fear.

1. On that momentous occasion all the patriots in the land joined hands and opposed the tryannical government.
2. A momentous event.

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