Definition of For the moment

1. Adverb. Temporarily. "We'll stop for the time being"

Exact synonyms: For The Time Being



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Lexicographical Neighbors of For The Moment

for that matter
for the asking
for the birds
for the first time
for the fun of it
for the heck of it
for the hell of it
for the last time
for the life of one
for the lose
for the loss
for the love of
for the love of Christ
for the love of Mike
for the moment (current term)
for the most part
for the nonce
for the present
for the record
for the sake of
for the time being
for the win
for to
for toffee
for what it's worth
fora
foracan
foracans
forage

Literary usage of For the moment

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1. The Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors by Charles Wells Moulton (1904)
"His sentences fall over you in glittering cascades, beautiful and bright, and for the moment refreshing, but after a brief while the mind, having nothing to ..."

2. Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology: Including Many of the Principal by James Mark Baldwin (1901)
"If A wishes to sell a house of a peculiar character, and В is the only man who, for the moment, wishes to buy that kind of house, it may happen that the ..."

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