of great moment

of great moment

Having much importance or significance; momentous. This ruling is of great moment for members of the minority group, who have long been marginalized and victimized. This is an issue of great moment for every person on the planet.
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of ˈmoment

(after nouns) very important: matters of great moment
See also: moment, of
References in classic literature ?
She had only two or three phrases to add, but they were apparently of great moment.
Whither she was going she did not know, nor was it a matter of great moment since death must be her lot sooner or later.
Now, it is of great moment that well-drawn laws should themselves define all the points they possibly can and leave as few as may be to the decision of the judges; and this for several reasons.
Michael's college is something of great moment, to voice your concerns to the Chancellor and to the President of SMC.
It's a stellar little musical moment, and just one in a series of great moments on a great album.
They've got plenty of great moments I am looking for one more great moment at Spurs.
Our own business has also had its share of great moments.
It has plenty of great moments, but sorely lacks the cohesiveness needed to connect the dots into a satisfying portrait.
With respect to them any hundreds of great moments I have experienced in red, it will be unfair to draw up one highlight.
Palmdale resident Lashinda Demus will be featured in an upcoming special edition of IAAF magazine titled ``The Magic of Athletics - A Century of Great Moments.
Las Vegas is a track that has a lot of great moments for me,'' Hornaday said.
There have been a lot of great moments,'' said Pedregon, who won 17 finals and the one season title for McDonald's.