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  • as incoming
  • as inconcentration

synonyms for converging

  • anticipated
  • expected
  • forthcoming
  • impending
  • subsequent
  • advancing
  • aspiring
  • close
  • deserving
  • docking
  • due
  • fated
  • foreseen
  • future
  • instant
  • marked
  • near
  • nearing
  • oncoming
  • ordained
  • predestined
  • preparing
  • progressing
  • pursuing
  • about to happen
  • almost on one
  • at hand
  • certain
  • drawing near
  • en route
  • eventual
  • gaining upon
  • getting near
  • immediate
  • imminent
  • in prospect
  • in store
  • in the offing
  • in the wind
  • in view
  • next
  • nigh
  • prospective
  • running after
  • to-be
  • up-and-coming
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antonyms for converging

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  • distant
  • away
  • far
  • gone
  • past
  • division
  • parting
  • separation
  • severance
  • dispersal
  • scattering
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How to use converging in a sentence

Considered together, they would all be shadowy approximations converging on a sort of ideal cube.
SCIENTISTS UNCOVER THE UNIVERSAL GEOMETRY OF GEOLOGYJOSHUA SOKOLNOVEMBER 19, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
Globally, the political discourse is converging around gender parity.
THE U.S. IS TOO FAR BEHIND THE REST OF THE WORLD WHEN IT COMES TO WOMEN IN GOVERNMENTJAKEMETHNOVEMBER 16, 2020FORTUNE
Two reinforcing features of our political system have converged to create that result.
THE CRISIS ISN’T TOO MUCH POLARIZATION. IT’S TOO LITTLE DEMOCRACY.EZRA KLEINNOVEMBER 12, 2020VOX
In the long term, shareholder interests and stakeholder interests tend to converge.
PURPOSE, OR ‘PURPOSE- WASHING’? A CROSSROADS FOR BUSINESS LEADERSALAN MURRAYNOVEMBER 11, 2020FORTUNE
Their focuses often converge upon predicaments of preternaturally smart, Jewish women.
READING NICOLE KRAUSS’S ‘TO BE A MAN’ FEELS LIKE TALKING ALL NIGHT WITH A BRILLIANT FRIENDJOAN FRANKNOVEMBER 5, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Because we live at a moment when work and life are converging.
BRACE YOURSELVES FOR THE COMING DAYSALAN MURRAYNOVEMBER 2, 2020FORTUNE
As the hot and cold drink businesses converge, this upstart is giving Coke and Pepsi a run for their money.
SOME COMPANIES ARE THRIVING IN THE PANDEMICALAN MURRAYOCTOBER 22, 2020FORTUNE
Bad weather, rising fuel costs, and population growth had converged to send the cost of food commodities soaring.
INSIDE SINGAPORE’S HUGE BET ON VERTICAL FARMINGKATIE MCLEANOCTOBER 13, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
That all of this converged that afternoon may be a coincidence — or it may be been a series of toppling dominoes.
FOUR YEARS AGO TODAY, THE U.S. SAW THE WILDEST HOUR IN PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION HISTORYPHILIP BUMPOCTOBER 7, 2020WASHINGTON POST
She describes the choice to quit her job in the sector and start her own business as a choice to “converge” her identities.
AFTER THE BOOM: CANADA’S OIL CAPITAL FACES AN UNCERTAIN FUTUREKDUNN6SEPTEMBER 21, 2020FORTUNE
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