Coming and Ensuing

Coming

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Coming adjective – Being the one that comes immediately after another.
Usage example: in the coming year

Ensuing is a synonym for coming. In some cases you can use "Ensuing" instead an adjective "Coming".
Nearby Word: come
Synonyms for Coming

Ensuing

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Ensuing adjective – Being the one that comes immediately after another.
Usage example: business was slow in the restaurant's first year, but the ensuing year saw a much-needed increase

Coming is a synonym for ensuing in resultant topic. You can use "Coming" instead an adjective "Ensuing".
Nearby Words: ensue, ensued
Synonyms for Ensuing

Both words in one sentence

  • If the dev team knows what they're doing, the ensuing months will see the delivery of more content, much of it focused on the endgame so as to keep those already playing coming back for more.
  • Extreme Omni Goat Macdoo (Jonny Jakobsen) is about a goat eating his bagpipe and mayhem ensuing when the goat get's scared of the sounds coming from it's stomach.
  • Gory Discretion Shot In Tomorrow Never Dies a Mook is thrown by James Bond into a printing press; all that's seen is the baddie falling through the paper and the ensuing copies coming out stained red.
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Ensuing and Coming. (2016). Retrieved 2021, October 23, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/coming/ensuing
Coming & Ensuing. N.p., 2016. Web. 23 Oct. 2021. <https://thesaurus.plus/related/coming/ensuing>.
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