Definition Of momentous

adjective

(of a decision, event, or change) of great importance or significance, especially in its bearing on the future.

a period of momentous changes in East-West relations

Example Of momentous

  • a period of momentous changes in East-West relations

  • After the momentous events of 1953 the men from the expedition shared a rare friendship.

  • As the general flight to risk assets go to dangerous excess, the nature of financial claims inflation and intermediation are altered momentously .

  • At momentous times in the history of the nation we look for guidance from our leaders.

  • ‘Yes,’ said the delicate boy, fingers touching his lips as the momentousness of his confession struck home.


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