momently (not comparable)
- (archaic) From moment to moment; continually. [from 16th c.]
- 1819, Lord Byron, Don Juan, II.188:
- The silent Ocean, and the starlight bay, / The twilight glow, which momently grew less, / The voiceless sands, and dropping caves, that lay / Around them, made them to each other press [...].
- 1835, Edgar Allan Poe, ‘King Pest’:
- Huge stones and beams falling momently from the decaying roofs above them, gave evidence, by their sullen and heavy descent, of the vast height of the surrounding houses […].
- (now literary) Momentarily; for a moment. [from 19th c.]