Definitions for impending
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at hand(p), close at hand(p), imminent, impendent, impending(adj)
close in time; about to occur
"retribution is at hand"; "some people believe the day of judgment is close at hand"; "in imminent danger"; "his impending retirement"
Approaching; drawing near; about to happen
Origin: From impendere.
hanging over; overhanging; suspended so as to menace; imminet; threatening
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
My feelings would never change, but... now she was gone, and this thought meant more to me than the impending destruction of the world.
The natural hostility of beasts is laid aside when flying from pursuers; so also when danger is impending the enmity of rivals is ended.
The large rise in gasoline inventories was unexpected, and it is the most important element of the report due to the impending driving season focus.
Tensions are so high in that region with the impending Iran-U.S. nuclear deal that any event implied to be U.S.-linked has an immediate effect on oil prices.
The Greece debt debate is clobbering the euro, kiboshing a rally in crude, rumblings of an impending rise in Saudi production is also providing a downbeat end to the week.
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