Approaching; drawing near; about to happen (adjective)
Present participle of impend. (verb)
Examples of word impending
The long-suffering bleakness was very pronounced on Nancy's face, and when the walls of water, in impending downfall, reared above the
So he has been preparing for what he calls his impending â€œdirt nap.â€
Even while he termed the impending situation as "grim," President Pervez Musharraf felt emboldened enough by his own declaration of the end of a 42-day State of Emergency on 15 December 2007 to declare on state television that: "The democratic process has been put back again on the rails"; a debatable proposition, with the judiciary and private broadcast media still under restraints.
She called the impending contracts a sign that security gains are attracting foreign investment in Iraq.
Luz picked up her cup and added cream to the strong brew, aware that Hector was referring to the impending arrival of the other polo students.