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Forthcoming; about to happen.‘the upcoming election’
approaching, advancing, coming, nearing, arriving, onrushingView synonyms
- ‘Hsu said he would continue to run in the upcoming elections despite the incident.’
- ‘The theme of the seminar was to prepare voters for the upcoming general election.’
- ‘For most youngsters, the upcoming six-week break from school is the highlight of every year.’
- ‘There are discussion forums, a chat room and a calendar of upcoming reunions.’
- ‘This upcoming weekend promises to be full of lively and eclectic musical entertainment.’
- ‘The company said it was taking a more conservative approach to the upcoming quarters.’
- ‘In the upcoming months this could become the topic of an interesting feature article.’
- ‘It is hoped to see all billiard players back in the hall to practice for upcoming tournaments.’
- ‘Health reform, he pledged, would be a key focus of his government in the upcoming year.’
- ‘Hoffman said everybody in his family was very excited about the upcoming ceremony.’
- ‘He doesn't know far in advance if George Barford is featuring in upcoming stories.’
- ‘The headland's fate now seems to hang in the result of the upcoming federal election.’
- ‘He would like to turn pro but for now has his sights set on the upcoming Summer Olympic Games.’
- ‘If he feels well enough and wants to run in an upcoming election, I'd vote for him again.’
- ‘Best wishes are extended to the Club for success on their upcoming programme of events.’
- ‘It will be up to councillors to justify their decision at upcoming elections.’
- ‘All in Mountmellick wish them the best of luck in the final and in the upcoming championship.’
- ‘At the start of this season they had no coach and little idea of the number of players they could count on for the upcoming season.’
- ‘The plans for an interim government will be high on the agenda of the upcoming peace talks.’
- ‘Do you think there has been a lack of international coverage of the upcoming elections?’
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