Verb(1) be imminent or about to happen
(1) During his stay Jan worked with his brothers Tim and Ben to help them come to terms with Sam's impending death.(2) So the prophets are split neatly between impending economic doom and postponed blight.(3) Another complication comes from impending legal action over drug patents facing both companies.(4) These hormones are manufactured in response to an impending threat or danger to the body or mind.(5) After a break of many years, I find myself in the situation called impending fatherhood.(6) These three impending directives will have serious consequences for all employers.(7) It seems we had lost the feeling for impending danger that's necessary to avert disaster.(8) One suggestion is that they are trying to warn us about impending ecological disaster on Earth.(9) The burden of life and impending death is dragging me back down to the luxury of loneliness.(10) And that is before some impending high-profile closures cause even bigger problems.(11) With Valentine's Day looming, the impending nuptials of our banks should be drawing to a conclusion.(12) As it happens my birthday impends so on the day I shall raise a (non-alcoholic) glass to both of you peoples of those religions and wish you well.(13) The light was difficult now with sunset impending , and his vision was untrustworthy.(14) Of the three really huge catastrophes impending in the next century, it seems improbable that we can avoid more than one or two.(15) Headlines in the press constantly warn of impending asteroid collisions.(16) The morning, like the past few, was heavy and gray, and rain impended .
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