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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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When they saw me the silly blubbering fellows began frisking round me as calves break out and gambol round their mothers, when they see them coming home to be milked after they have been feeding all day, and the homestead resounds with their lowing.
I was scarce back on my rock (where I went always the first thing after I had eaten) before I observed a boat coming down the Sound, and with her head, as I thought, in my direction.
Jukes on coming out of the alleyway found himself up to the neck in the noisy water.
For twenty years I have been coming and going, looking neither to the left nor to the right.
Bounderby's house, sitting at the first-floor window as he had seen her before; and there was the light porter, sometimes talking with her there, and sometimes looking over the blind below which had BANK upon it, and sometimes coming to the door and standing on the steps for a breath of air.
You see the splendidly-dressed young man coming this way?
One thing is certain,--that there is a mustering among the masses, the world over; and there is a dies irae coming on, sooner or later.
Two years ago last Christmas your uncle Silas was coming up from Newrleans on the old Lally Rook, and she blowed out a cylinder-head and crippled a man.
Finding what was coming, I nerved myself up, feeling it would never do to stop work.
Woodhouse had been safely seated long enough to give the history of it, besides all the history of his own and Isabella's coming, and of Emma's being to follow, and had indeed just got to the end of his satisfaction that James should come and see his daughter, when the others appeared, and Mrs.
When they got near to the Equator they saw some flying-fishes coming towards them.
The pattering of the rain had long ago announced nightfall; and I was sitting in the company of my wife, musing on the events of the past and the prospects of the coming year, the coming century, the coming Millennium.
Then as the cloud passed I could see the ruins of the abbey coming into view, and as the edge of a narrow band of light as sharp as a sword-cut moved along, the church and churchyard became gradually visible.
They come from Molesey and Weybridge and Walton, and they say there's been guns heard at Chertsey, heavy firing, and that mounted soldiers have told them to get off at once because the Martians are coming.
The housekeeper at Netherfield had received orders to prepare for the arrival of her master, who was coming down in a day or two, to shoot there for several weeks.