All Noun Adverb Verb
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  • Three were briefly taken off the air but were back working within six hours.
  • He is able to speak briefly with her, telling her to say nothing.
  • She also briefly suggests that all men and women should be represented in government.
  • This typically occurs briefly after he is introduced into the play.
  • At the moment of her death, Bob briefly appears, drawn by her fear.
  • Once she found out about Luthor being her brother and briefly lost her memory.
  • During his college years he briefly identified himself as a "red-hot socialist".
  • He briefly visited Paris but spent most of his time in the French provinces.
  • She also briefly lost the ability to speak.
  • The school was briefly famous, and then infamous, because of his original methods.
  • Sometimes a philosophical theory by itself can be stated quite briefly.
  • Eventually, she moved to Detroit, where she briefly found similar work.
  • However, a few events did bring the Police back together, albeit briefly.
  • It appears briefly, along with other school ships, in one of the original video animations.
  • They went on to play the mid-Atlantic college circuit, and also briefly in California.
  • The student briefly became a focus of intense national attention.
  • When he graduated, he briefly attempted a law career in Philadelphia.
  • Richard took his new wife on crusade with him briefly, though they returned separately.
  • The laboratory's major research areas are described briefly below.
  • At one point, he briefly attended a seminary with the idea of becoming a priest.
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Meaning of briefly

  • adverb For a short time
    she visited him briefly, was briefly associated with IBM