Issue and Proceeding


Issue noun - A condition or occurrence traceable to a cause.

Proceeding and issue are semantically related in output topic. In some cases you can use "Proceeding" instead a noun "Issue".

Nearby Words: issued, issuing, issuance, issuer


Proceeding noun - A court case for enforcing a right or claim.

Issue and proceeding are semantically related in output topic. Sometimes you can use "Issue" instead the word "Proceeding" as a noun or a verb.

Nearby Words: proceed, proceeded

How words are described

legal legal issue legal proceeding
small small issue small proceeding
entire entire issue entire proceeding

Both words in one sentence

  • Comicbook / Patsy Walker, A.K.A. Hellcat! Also, issue 1 has Tom and She-Hulk bonding at a table and proceeding to arm wrestle, and issue seven has Luke Cage puzzled at what seems to be a Slash Fic featuring him ("Power x Fist") and Tom awkwardly taking the book from him.
  • Octopus in an early issue, but thanks to Peter Parker's youth (and Spidey's poor performance in the proceeding fight) neither Ock nor the assembled crowd believe Parker is really Spidey, assuming that Peter just donned a Spider-Man costume to play the hero.
    Source: Just a Kid
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Proceeding or Issue. 2016. Accessed June 25, 2022.
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