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moment (2 a 17th cent. sense, not pre-S.)
1. “on” or “upon the ,” immediately Tim. I. i. 80, Compl. 248; “in a ,” at one and the same time Mac. II. iii. 116.
2. cause or motive of action Ant. I. ii. 152 “upon far poorer ”
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