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future

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of future

  1. of a time after the present <we must preserve our national parks in all their glory so that future generations can experience the majesty of nature> Synonyms coming, unborn Related Words approaching, forthcoming, imminent, impending, nearing, oncoming, pending, upcoming; after, ensuing, later, posterior, subsequent; anticipated, awaited, expected, planned, predicted, projected, prospective; eventual, final, last, ulterior, ultimate Near Antonyms ancient, olden; antecedent, anterior, precedent, preceding, previous, prior Antonyms bygone, past




future

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of future

  1. 1 time that is to come <in the future, there may be medical discoveries that are beyond our fondest dreams> Synonyms by-and-by, futurity, hereafter, offing, tomorrow Related Words eventuality, finality; posterity Near Antonyms yesterday, yesteryear; antiquity, old, yore; moment, now, present, today Antonyms past

  2. 2 what is going to happen to someone in the time ahead <with such a strong academic record, his future looks bright> Synonyms fortuneRelated Words circumstance, destiny, doom, fate, hap, kismet, lot, portion; futurities, outlook, prospectNear Antonyms presentAntonyms past





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