Approach and Coming


Approach noun - The act of drawing spatially closer to something.
Usage example: the hunter's approach scattered the geese

Coming is a synonym for approach in advance topic. In some cases you can use "Coming" instead a noun "Approach", when it comes to topics like way, commencement, arrival, forthcoming. popular alternative


Coming noun - The act of coming upon a scene.
Usage example: the coming of the children meant we could finally get the party started

Approach is a synonym for coming in arrival topic. You can use "Approach" instead the word "Coming" as a noun or a verb, if it concerns topics such as commencement, forthcoming. popular alternative

Nearby Word: come

How words are described

better better approach better coming
similar similar approach similar coming
right right approach right coming
direct direct approach direct coming
Other adjectives: standard, entire, successful, serious, dark, personal, general, classic, unusual, literal, realistic, overall.

Both words in one sentence

  • The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Undersea Adventure takes the approach of focusing entirely on the film's songs, though coming at the cost of Ursula gaining mostly Offstage Villainy.
  • They have learned of the approach of the galaxy-devouring Great Evil, and see it as their role to remove any obstacles to its coming.
  • Of course, this is explained In-Universe as coming from the Power of Love, as his parents truly loved each other, while most hags take the I Have You Now, My Pretty approach to mating.
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Coming or Approach. 2016. Accessed December 08, 2022.
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