English words and Examples of Usage

use "imminent" in a sentence

S&P cuts Puerto Rico rating to 'imminent default' Iranian Oil Boom?

“While not imminent, there is a possibility to a disruption to shipping.”

Hours later, some returned home after authorities ruled out imminent risk.

No more talent changes are believed to be imminent, but there will be more.

The latest Trafficking in Persons (TIP) report is due for imminent publication.

Unfortunately, that is not the case and a final determination is not imminent."

The staffing decisions and signing of the lease signal an imminent announcement.

For example, the situation must be deemed an imminent critical threat to Japan.

Officials insists there is no specific imminent threat but rather growing concern.

It's ruled that crime-fighters cannot simply enter premises citing "imminent danger."

But the US believed a little-known al Qaeda cell posed a more imminent danger.

With a springtime spike in shootings and a summertime plan imminent, reality rises up.

This will not lead to the immediate or even imminent demise of so-called Islamic State.

The Archdiocese of Philadelphia contends this church is "in imminent danger of collapse."

Apple has also expressed an interest in entering the space, although nothing is imminent.

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