Synonym: at hand, close at hand, imminent, impendent. Similar words: spending, depending, end in, send in, landing, funding, outstanding, surrounding. Meaning: [ɪm'pendɪŋ] adj. close in time; about to occur.
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1. It seemed that nothing could prevent the impending disaster.
2. She had a sense of impending doom .
3. Against a background of impending famine, heavy fighting took place.
4. Rumours about an impending royal divorce were rife.
5. There are rumours of an impending merger.
6. He knew the danger impending over him.
7. She had a sense of impending disaster.
8. A sense of impending doom gripped her.
9. They received intelligence of an impending invasion.
10. War was impending over the young republic.
11. We were well aware of impending disaster.
12. The king convoke parliament to cope with the impending danger.
13. A sense of impending doom came upon all of us.
14. thunderclouds of impending war.
15. They were all filled with a sense of impending doom.
16. Lineker announced his impending retirement from international football before the 1992 European Championships.
17. Impending tax cuts will help too.
18. Then he switched his attention to the impending duel.
19. We were sorry to hear about Arlene's impending divorce.
20. Even so, the impending auction has stirred poignant memories.
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21. Earlier on, they had sensed impending disaster.
22. There was everywhere an eerie atmosphere of impending battle.
23. There were perfectly cogent reasons why Julian Cavendish should be told of the Major's impending return.
24. The US-Mexican War of 1846-48 was sparked by a dispute over impending Texas statehood.
25. He felt called to write to all his fellow investors, warning them of the impending crisis.
26. A red morning sky is a sign of an impending storm.
27. As I approached the exam room, I had a feeling of impending doom.
28. On the morning of the expedition I awoke with a feeling of impending disaster.
29. Often our intuition or sixth sense warns us of impending danger.
30. She decathected from him in order to cope with his impending bankruptcy.
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