forthcoming

[ fawrth-kuhm-ing, fohrth- ]SEE DEFINITION OF forthcoming

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORTHCOMING

And the signs of the doings of the forthcoming day more particularly so.

Yes, he could almost be satisfied with them, since he believed no others to be forthcoming.

I remember it very well indeed, else these tales would not be forthcoming.

You know that in his letter this morning he tells me of Lalubie's forthcoming marriage.

Then, as no answer was forthcoming, he repeated his inquiry.

He looked round for an answer, which, for some minutes, did not seem to be forthcoming.

The cause of their forthcoming is well noted; it was the major excommunication.

The commissariat was demoralised, and supplies were not forthcoming.

Nothing is so ruinous; and just at the moment when you want them, they will not be forthcoming.

But, granted that the rivers do bar our passage, and that guides are not forthcoming, what care we?

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