from The Century Dictionary.
- In an imminent manner; threateningly.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb In an imminent manner.
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- adverb In an
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- adverb in an imminent manner
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The government has said only that it will go to the polls by year-end, but an election is expected to be called imminently, likely for late August.
- ReutersOf course, note the use of the phrase imminently - still sounds like hedging to me.
Sunday Times, with staff due to be briefed about the scale of cutbacks at the Times's News International sister title imminently.
This approach could be properly characterized as imminently sensible, though not hugely courageous.
I read that Labour donors who were proxies for Abrahams due to be arrested 'imminently'
WestLB's management board will "imminently" create a shortlist from a group of potential buyers that include rival property lender
All through the day we kept hearing the word "imminently".
Times Online will relaunch as separate entities "imminently" has relaunched as two separate editions and will go paid within about four weeks.
But he's pushing ahead: On Wednesday, Mr. Anwar vowed to run for parliament "imminently" in a by-election, with the aim of toppling the government by September.
The deal will apparently be announced "imminently".