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Synonyms for momentum
moʊˈmɛn təmmo·men·tum

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. momentum, impulsenoun

    an impelling force or strength

    "the car's momentum carried it off the road"

    pulsing, whim, nerve impulse, nervous impulse, impetus, urge, impulsion, caprice, pulse, neural impulse, impulse, pulsation

  2. momentumnoun

    the product of a body's mass and its velocity

    "the momentum of the particles was deduced from meteoritic velocities"


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  1. momentumnoun

    [L.] impetus

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. momentumnoun

    impetus, force, moment

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  1. Robert Dees:

    There's been maybe a false narrative that the campaign is in chaos or the campaign is losing momentum. It's just the opposite, we're gaining energy and this change has helped us.

  2. Marco Gonçalves:

    The bearish sentiment that resulted in procrastination over deals at the start of the year has virtually vanished, we feel that announcements are finally gaining momentum.

  3. Lauren Flymen:

    I started sharing videos of me learning and then that gained momentum. It picked up quite quickly and people started following me, wanting tips from me. So, I started sharing tutorials.

  4. Steven Fielding:

    Labor has been divided for such a period that you just write off the next general election even under Owen Smith ... he has had the backing of the parliamentary Labor Party but then what will Momentum do?, in any scenario it is going to be a long, hard struggle, and before it gets better I think it will get worse for the Labor Party ... It is not a pretty prospect.

  5. Glenn Youngkin:

    The Momentum that we’re seeing on the campaign trailis just huge,I’ve got to be honest, everywhere we go the crowds are giant and…we’ve had standing room only, people falling out the doors.

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