Impending - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ɪmˈpendɪŋ|  American pronunciation of the word impending
Brit.  |ɪmˈpendɪŋ|  British pronunciation of the word impending


- close in time; about to occur (syn: imminent, impendent)
his impending retirement

Extra examples

She had a sense of impending disaster.

The storm was impending.

...for confirmed pessimists some disaster always seems to be impending...

He felt called to write to all his fellow investors, warning them of the impending crisis.

A sense of impending doom (=coming very soon) gripped her.

A red morning sky is a sign of an impending storm.

...did any of the passengers embarking on the Titanic's maiden voyage forefeel their impending doom?...

The first monitions of the impending catastrophe occurred in 63 AD.

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