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Ron Johnson, a one-time Tea Party senator from Wisconsin, would come next, sounding like he had seen the light.

What may come next is mass suffering--and a regime even more determined to get its hands on a nuclear bomb.

Anyone who votes for it is going to be deluged with angry phone calls and some very ugly attack ads come next campaign.

Understandably nervous people in the path of the ex-tropical menace are beginning to speculate about what might come next.

With all the usual caveats about not knowing what will come next, we'd be well rid of Assad.

He stopped to light the cigarette he had rolled while he talked, and I kept still, wondering what would come next.

Cigars made wholly of imported Cuban tobacco come next on the list.

The pastry and puddings come next in order, and these, too, are better served from a side table.

The Indians looked at him and then at the snake, but in the most stolid way, and I stood wondering what was to come next.

We have been studying you, or laughing at you, or wondering what absurdity was to come next.'


On this page you'll find 113 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to come next, such as: arise, befall, come up, emanate, occur, and turn out.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.