Coming

Pronunciation of Coming
/kˈʌmɪŋ/, /kˈʌmɪŋ/, /k_ˈʌ_m_ɪ_ŋ/

Antonyms for coming:

sometime, present, past, departing, exit, departure.

Synonyms for coming:

Sense 2

promising, off, up-and-coming.

Sense 3

subsequent, later, nearness, next.

forthcoming

in the offing.

imminent

corner.

approaching (adjective)

forthcoming, expected, Looming, impending, converging, proximate, nearby, imminent, closing, advancing, near, Nearing, approaching.

approaching, promising (adjective)

expected, imminent, future, advancing, next, up-and-coming, impending, near, oncoming, in the offing, due, Nearing, converging, forthcoming, subsequent, eventual.

arriving (adjective)

incoming.

emergent (adjective)

outgoing.

ensuing (adjective)

ensuing, due, forthcoming, eventual, Looming, oncoming, future, impending, destined, approaching.

future (adjective)

unborn, future, in the offing.

Sense 2 (noun)

promising, up-and-coming.

Sense 3 (noun)

upcoming.

Sense 4 (noun)

later, subsequent.

Sense 5 (noun)

following, next.

act (noun)

approach, approaching.

approach (noun)

convergence, advancement, imminence.

arrival (noun)

arrival, accomplishment, destination, homecoming, achievement, approach, ingress, landfall, debarkation, entrance, landing, advent, touchdown, return, appearance, fulfillment, reception, attainment, welcome.

biblical revelation (noun)

emergence, prophecy, materialization, epiphany, inspiration, apocalypse, apparition, discovery, revelation, issuance, manifestation, disclosure, apotheosis, vision, oracle, gospel, evidence, Revealment.

coming (noun)

arrival, future, forthcoming, advancing, near, up-and-coming, imminent, impending, next, Nearing, approach, upcoming, advent, due, promising, approaching.

approaching (verb)

converging, closing, accessing, Looming, advancing, impending, approaching, Nearing, Gaining.

arriving (verb)

Debarking, Attaining, Accomplishing, arriving, landing, entering.

succeeding (verb)

following.

Usage examples for coming:

  • Is Miss Cunningham really coming? - "Amy Herbert", Elizabeth Sewell.
  • You're coming right- you are! - "The Enchanted Castle", E. Nesbit.
  • Why should Octon's coming have anything to do with it? - "The Great Miss Driver", Anthony Hope.

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