coming definition

  • adjective:
    • Approaching; forthcoming; after that: the coming period; a coming report on arms limitation.
    • Showing vow of popularity or success.
    • After That.
    • Deserved.
    • Newly popular; advancing into maturity or success.
    • Approaching; for the future, particularly the forseeable future; next.
    • prepared come; complaisant; fond.
    • of the relatively near future
    • Approaching; upcoming; next: the coming season; a coming report on arms limitation.
    • Showing guarantee of fame or success.
    • Then.
    • Deserved.
    • recently in fashion; advancing into readiness or accomplishment.
    • Approaching; for the future, particularly the near future; the next.
    • willing to come; complaisant; fond.
    • associated with reasonably near future
  • noun:
    • Arrival; arrival: the coming of springtime.
    • The act of arriving; an arrival
    • Approach; advent; manifestation.
    • Specifically: the 2nd Advent of Christ, called usually the second coming.
    • The act of just one which or that which comes, in virtually any feeling of the verb. Especially
    • Arrival.
    • The act of sprouting.
    • plural In malting, barley-shoots following the barley happens to be kiln-dried.
    • the act of drawing spatially closer to anything
    • the temporal residential property of becoming nearer with time
    • arrival that's been anticipated (especially of something momentous)
    • when on most intense pleasure in sexual activity
    • Arrival; advent: the coming of springtime.
    • The act of arriving; an arrival
    • Approach; development; manifestation.
    • Specifically: the next Advent of Christ, called usually the second coming.
    • The act of 1 just who or whatever comes, in virtually any feeling of the verb. Particularly
    • Arrival.
    • The work of sprouting.
    • plural In malting, barley-shoots following the barley has been kiln-dried.
    • the act of drawing spatially nearer to something
    • the temporal home of becoming nearer eventually
    • arrival that's been anticipated (especially of some thing momentous)
    • when of most intense enjoyment in sexual activity
  • verb:
    • Present participle of come.
    • Present participle of come.
  • others:
    • Forward; willing to come; yielding; pliable.
    • ahead; prepared to come; yielding; flexible.

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