Imminent [adjective]

Definition of Imminent:

at hand, on the way

Opposite/Antonyms of Imminent:

Sentence/Example of Imminent:

No one should expect the imminent arrival of the Kingdom of Heaven.

Now it would not be her work schedule but Carol’s imminent death that would limit the duration of their bond.

The editor was correctly worried that his book, which was not slated to come out for weeks, would be overshadowed by the imminent publication of a massive series of stories on the papers, including their revelations about the Gulf of Tonkin incident.

In addition, schools would have been told they could seclude students in unlocked spaces and use other types of restraints only when there is an “imminent danger of serious physical harm” to the student or others.

Several alleged rioters have been arrested in the days following the insurrection, and the arrests of many more are likely imminent.

He declined to share where Manna’s first market in the United States will be, but an announcement is imminent.

Those measures could be eased at the end of February as the imminent approval of the AstraZeneca-Oxford shot permits the vaccination of as many as 15 million of the country’s most vulnerable people, the Mail on Sunday reported.

Millions of Americans face the imminent loss of unemployment benefits and the end of a moratorium on evictions.

The move is another possible sign that a Coinbase IPO might be imminent given that Andreessen is one of Silicon Valley’s most prominent investors and has had a hand guiding the growth of numerous companies, including Facebook.

It’s shaping up to be a risk-on Monday as investors cheer the imminent arrival of vaccine doses.