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  • adv. In time to come.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In time to come.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In time to come; in the future.


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future +‎ -ly


  • Monica ROdriguez is wanting to futurely HOLD LAUSD position and both Monica & Mendoza looking for Political FUture.

    Rodriguez for City Council

  • It does what it sounds like: offers a company-wide map of relevant (and futurely-relevant, a word we just made up) skills required and skills possessed by the staff.

  • 'Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up)' is very, very good and she has even more potential to be futurely amazing that the above two.


  • But in contemplating things as our own experience warrants in whatever we do understand, in considering nature as acting by unchangeable laws, we find good and evil necessarily existing, without at all involving the wisdom of the great _Cause of causes_; who thus has no need to remedy that, which the further progress of the eternal system will regulate of itself, or which industry and patient research on our parts will enable us to discover the means of futurely avoiding.

    The System of Nature, Volume 2

  • (aka the Whiny Bitch, or WB for short) for two 1st's, a 3rd and the artist formerly, currently, and futurely (did I just make up a word?) known as the Drunk Beard.

    Kissing Suzy Kolber

  • Yea, many strong men have been slain by me, and futurely will many others be slain, it may be; but never you among them, my Gregory, who are more wary, and more merciful, and know that I have need to lay aside at least one comfortable thought against eternity. "



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