momentum in a sentence

As the days passed, our campaign grew in momentum.

A planet circling the sun has a certain amount of angular momentum.

To change the momentum of an object in motion, we must exert some force on the object.

After losing the first two games, the Yankees now have the momentum, having won the following three.

Newton’s first law of motion explains that a moving object continues to move because it has momentum.

The cyclist gained momentum going down the hill, and by the time he got to the bottom, he was doing almost 60 kmh.

Peter de Jager once noted that sometimes being pushed to the wall gives you the momentum necessary to get over it.

In cross-country skiing, it’s often hard to get going, but once you’ve got some momentum it’s easier going.

monitor momentum depends on mass, therefore because a heavy object has more mass than a light object, it has more momentum.

President Bush’s campaign seems to be picking up momentum and the Republicans seem confident that he will win a second term.

The movement to legalize same sex marriage is really gaining momentum in this country, with almost 70% of those polled in favor.

In the late 1800s, industrialization was well advanced in the U.S. and was slowly picking up momentum in Canada.

The size of the momentum of an object in motion is equal to the mass of the object multiplied by the size of the object’s velocity.

Our team was doing great for a while, but then we got badly beaten in a couple of games, and now we seem to have lost all our momentum.

The campaign to replace the party leader is gaining momentum, with several of his closest Ministers now publicly calling for his resignation.

Oprah Winfrey once observed that if you neglect to recharge a battery, it dies, and if you run full speed ahead without stopping for water, you lose momentum to finish the race.

If you have several objects in a system, perhaps interacting with each other, but not being influenced by forces from outside of the system, then the total momentum of the system does not change over time.

Despite those numbers, there is little political momentum for change.

I thought it would give us some momentum, but it just wasn’t our day.

His reforms now appear to be gathering momentum, writes Thomas Mösch.

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Despite all this positive momentum, Figueres knows a lot can go wrong.

We have momentum, said Hugh Johnston, Pepsi’s chief financial officer.

“China does not lack growth momentum,” said Sheng at a news conference.

“We want to continue the momentum that previous groups have championed.

There is some momentum in Congress, however, to lift the trade embargo.

I wanted to start with a right foot, to keep up with the good momentum.

Fed critics fear even a few rates hikes will end the economy’s momentum.

The feeling of an equalizer still lingered, but the momentum was turning.

They point to the real momentum the U.S. economy has gathered since 2009.

Now it’s likely that Surface Pro 3 momentum can be carried by businesses.

Expect Home Depot’s momentum to continue … and get on board for the ride.

Our kids have a swag to them, and they’re starting to feel the momentum.”

But he conceded that momentum is definitely on the side of the greenback.

Since 2011 this campaign has grown momentum and been replicated worldwide.

The iPhone is too good and has too much momentum for anything to derail it.

They had some momentum in the series, won a couple in a row, Dunleavy said.