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Synonyms for coming

Synonyms for coming

in the relatively near future

being or occurring in the time ahead

occurring right after another

showing great promise

the act of arriving

the act or fact of coming near

Synonyms for coming

the act of drawing spatially closer to something

arrival that has been awaited (especially of something momentous)

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the temporal property of becoming nearer in time

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the moment of most intense pleasure in sexual intercourse

of the relatively near future

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Weston, "and on others, very little: and among those, on which she is beyond his reach, it is but too likely, may be this very circumstance of his coming away from them to visit us.
When coming home, it was then bright moonlight, so bright that, though the front of our part of the Crescent was in shadow, everything could be well seen, I threw a glance up at our window, and saw Lucy's head leaning out.
Some sort of shadowy pall seems to be coming over our happiness.
You are to leave the keys on coming away in the main hall of the house, where the proprietor may get them on his entering the house by means of his duplicate key.
The roses seem coming back already to her cheeks, though she is still sadly pale and wan-looking.
To this he answered enigmatically, "The Bride maidens rejoice the eyes that wait the coming of the bride.
She was coming down on us with swelling sails, looking delicately tall and exquisitely noble through the mist.
At first only we three stood alone, for a long time, watching you coming down to us, and feeling the breeze drop to a calm almost; but afterwards others, too, rose, one after another, and by-and-by I had all my crew behind me.
Him who is coming to court and marry me,' returned Miss Wren.
He is coming from somewhere or other, I suppose, and he is coming some day or other, I suppose.
But would you believe, Bella,' interposed his wife, coming to resume her nurse's place at his side, for he never got on well without her: 'that on our wedding day he told me he almost thought the best thing he could do, was to die?
Nothing,' replied Eugene, 'but looking forward to your coming back.
Comings, a geneticist at City of Hope National Medical Center in Duarte, Calif.
Comings theorizes that people with TS inherit from both parents a gene that limits serotonin availability.