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Spell check of moment

Correct spelling: moment

meaning, consequence, act, split second, jiffy, fleetingness, issue, second, number, concernment, result, condition, heartbeat, scrap, bite, hour, account, milestone, s, trice, impermanence, blink of an eye, nanosecond, instantaneousness, signification, status, piece, weight, molybdenum, indorsement, routine, evanescence, happening, jiff, here and now, bit, concern, min, aftermath, flash, occasion, mo, importation, New York minute, today, basis, conjuncture, importance, volatility, arcminute, second gear, present moment, outcome, flake, briefness, atomic number 42, chip, point, incidence, time, morsel, implication, occurrence, fleck, magnitude, note, weightiness, turn, secondment, transition, shake, upshot, while, juncture, minute, twinkle, beat, second base, import, significance, situation, momentousness, sec, irregular, big, twinkling, arcsecond, landmark, endorsement, now, wink, event, eyeblink, temporality, episode, important, significancy, effect, minute of arc, spot, transience, instant, importee, tick, circumstance.

inconsequence, aeon, odium, eternity, lifetime, history, valuelessness, futurity, age, anonymity, infamy, worthlessness, slightness, by-and-by, shame, yesteryear, littleness, disgrace, triviality, yesterday, past, forever, paltriness, dishonor, infinity, puniness, future, smallness, tomorrow, discredit, opprobrium, yore, offing, hereafter, insignificance, pettiness, obscurity, disrepute, ignominy.

Examples of usage:

1) " Colonel Spaulding here," he said after a moment. - "The Foreign Hand Tie", Gordon Randall Garrett.

2) You knew it in a moment. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

3) I am in love now- at this moment. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.