Thesaurus / imminent

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Then at once they reached and hovered upon the imminent verge of sleep—but an intruder came, now, that would not "down."

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, CompleteMark Twain (Samuel Clemens)

After a series of farewells that would have befitted an imminent voyage to foreign parts, the Kid went down to the street.

Under the weight of this imminent secret, the Princess Martha could neither eat nor sleep.

They all realized that there was imminent a climax unforeseen by all––all but the Judge; and he was too blind with rage to see.

In it he told the young man of the imminent danger which threatened them, and how necessary it was that he should return.

A Study In ScarletArthur Conan Doyle

"I cannot put it in other words," said Ruth, her courage rising as she felt that a battle was imminent.

To lead our colleague to make inexact declarations, or to concealments from a feeling of imminent personal danger?

Impress upon them the necessity of making a crop, or famine is imminent throughout the South.

Dixie After the WarMyrta Lockett Avary

Akbar Khan had approached within a few miles, and an onslaught of his army was supposed to be imminent.

HumeT.H. Huxley

That night, after dinner, Gaston rose to make his maiden speech on a bill dealing with an imminent social question.

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