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Meanings and phrases
- close in time; about to occur; at hand; close at hand; impendent; impending
- the appearance of symptoms that signal the impending loss of the products of conception; threatened abortion
- Sensing imminent danger, the narrator quickly exits the building.
- Anointing need not be associated with grave illness or imminent danger of death.
- But as the summer draws on, she begins to use the power even though there is no imminent danger.
- Word spread quickly of the imminent threat and people fled from their path.
- Requires parties to restrict the application of the death penalty to times of war or "imminent threat of war".
- In August 1990, Bush ordered American troops into Saudi Arabia, citing Iraq as posing an imminent threat to the region.
- Nonetheless, Satché accepts his imminent death.
- Or does the death of everything around him create imminent death for himself?"
- In anticipation of Kemmerich's imminent death, Müller was eager to get his boots.