Definition of momentously in English:

momentously

adverb

  • See momentous

    • ‘They made the rounds at the meetings of the financial organizations, presenting their data as a momentously cautionary tale.’
    • ‘Suddenly, putting out the ‘party vibe,’ for arenas of fans became momentously difficult.’
    • ‘I was simply overwhelmed by sensation: one simply stood, receiving momentously bad news second by second with no possible escape or remedy.’
    • ‘As the general flight to risk assets go to dangerous excess, the nature of financial claims inflation and intermediation are altered momentously.’
    • ‘Each season of the series is 24 hours in the officer's life - one momentously bad day on the job.’