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Spell check of coming

Correct spelling: coming

Synonyms:
gaining, nearing, culmination, attaining, arrival, advancement, succeeding, inspiration, touchdown, reception, prospective, owed, appearance, issuance, flood tide, likely, nearby, prophecy, landfall, achievement, preparing, vision, accomplishing, materialization, brilliant, advent, in, access, apocalypse, upcoming, en route, shortly, proximate, precede, ensuing, glide slope, hereafter, entering, advance, disclosure, fated, ingress, ambitious, revelation, apotheosis, sexual climax, debarking, near, in the offing, hopeless, destination, written, distant, gospel, welcome, imminence, looming, threatening, debarkation, unborn, aspiring, attack, able, discovery, emergence, just, converging, approaching, convergence, overture, increase, encouraging, discouraging, due, feeler, oracle, epiphany, impending, subsequent, approach path, instant, soon, future day, immediate, following, hopeful, entrance, homecoming, glide path, approach shot, pursuing, accessing, approach, revealment, deserving, ordained, advancing, forthcoming, promising, expected, later, arriving, apparition, climax, imminent, unpromising, plan of attack, foreseen, close, closing, going, auspicious, destined, oncoming, fulfillment, time, eventual, certain, marked, accomplishment, manifestation, pending, evidence, up-and-coming, return, next, future, probable, anticipated, landing, attainment.

Antonyms:
foregone, preceding, ancient, foregoing, quondam, olden, other, past, whilom, former, bygone, erstwhile, last, precedent, previous, sometime, prior, onetime, recent, late, antecedent, present, anterior, old.

Examples of usage:

1) Are you not coming with us? - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

2) There is no one coming. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

3) Is he coming to? - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

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