|briefly, for a moment, from moment to moment, every moment, at any moment, progressively, very soon||momentarily|
|able to eat away, able to cause corrosion; destructive, causing deterioration; sarcastic, biting, caustic, destroying gradually, destructive substance, progressively destructive, substance which has the power to corrode (i.e. acid or drug), very sarcastic||corrosive|
|act of closing one eye; blinking of the eyes; innuendo or hint that is expressed by the wink of an eye; brief moment, second (like the wink of an eye); flashing or twinkling of a light; short nap, little sleep (Informal), brief closing of one eye, clos...||wink|
|act of cutting grass and preserving it to make hay; taking complete advantage of an opportune moment while it lasts||haymaking|
|act of improvising, extemporizing, act of performing without advance preparation, act of making up on the spur of the moment||improvising|
|act of injecting; substance which is injected, addition of something to situation, insertion, introduction of fluid into a cavity, introduction of fluid with a syringe, injected dose of a drug, moment of satellite insertion, one-to-one mapping of sets,...||injection|
|action of shining with a flickering light; amount of time it takes to wink; wink (Archaic), moment, twinkle||twinkling|
|ad-lib, extemporize, make up on the spur of the moment, perform without advance preparation, make something up on the spot, substitute||improvise|
|adj n on the left, almost, approach, approach (a time or a place), close, close by; close in time; almost, close; close in time; closer; intimate; of the last moment; stingy; left-handed, closely related, miserly, prep. close to; in the vicinity, see a...||near|
|adjustment of valves of engine, judgment of when to act, recording of time, selection for maximum effect of a particular moment for doing something; scheduling; synchronization; observation and recording of time||timing|
|advantageous chance, occasion; opportune moment, favorable time to act, favorable conditions||opportunity|
|anticipated moment, appointed moment, apprenticeship period, certain interval, closing time, geologic division, historical period, instance, measure how long something takes, method of measuring intervals, military service, minute or hour, moment somet...||time|
|appear briefly, flash, twinkle, glimmer; quick back and forth movement; flutter, quiver, fluctuating light, flutter or move jerkily, N American woodpecker, quick movement, shine unsteadily, transient feeling or expression, unsteady light, sparkle, glim...||flicker|
|appear momentarily, badge on uniform or vehicle, beam, gleam, flare; spark; brief news dispatch; outbreak; split-second; flash of a camera; showiness, brief moment, bright lighting used in photography, catch fire suddenly, coat something for protection...||flash|
|approval of something, doze, lose concentration, move head in agreement, move in wind, move the head up and down (usually indicating agreement or assent); fall asleep briefly, drop the head forward while dozing off; lose concentration momentarily, move...||nod|
|as soon as, at a time in the past, by one step, conj. at the moment that, if ever, multiplied by one, one time, single occurrence, one time; at one point in time; in the past||once|
|Asynchronous Transfer Mode; protocol for high-speed data transfer (Computers), at the moment; right now, at the present time (Internet Slang), automated teller machine, Automatic Teller Machine; cash machine, computerized bank machine where customers c...||ATM|
|at present time, conj. so, inasmuch as; since, fashionable, given the current situation, immediately, immediately; at this moment, at this time; in these days; in the present conditions; in the moments just preceding||now|
|at the last minute, at the last possible moment||at the eleventh hour|
|at this moment, at this moment; exactly, precisely; almost; only; barely, scarcely; really, fair and impartial, equitable; correct; suitable, appropriate, proper; deserved; exact, precise; genuine, in the immediate past, joust, battle between two knigh...||just|
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