How to use Eureka in a sentence as a noun

\nI only got Parsec completely after that eureka moment when I finally understood Monads.

On occasion, I'll write a question on stackoverflow and re-read it a few times before hitting submit just in case I get that eureka moment.

If your model is that waving a couple hundred million dollars around will induce a eureka moment in somebody smart, it is bound to be a failure.

Probably my biggest "eureka" moment was when I realized that I don't publish enough papers a year for bibtex file management to really be something that I needed to optimize... unfortunately I realized that long after I'd optimized the **** out of my bibtex file management.

This is so true, probably about 90% of the time my colleagues call me over about a problem they are facing, explain in detail what the problem is and then eureka!

Eureka definitions

noun

an alloy of copper and nickel with high electrical resistance and a low temperature coefficient; used as resistance wire

See also: constantan Eureka

noun

a town in northwest California on an arm of the Pacific Ocean

See also: Eureka