in/for the foreseeable future


: at a time that is not long from now : soon
We have no plans to sell our house in/for the foreseeable future.

Examples of in/for the foreseeable future in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Franklin’s yards-after-catch ability and second-year wideout Marvin Mims Jr. as a deep-ball threat could provide more opportunities for the eye-popping plays for the foreseeable future. Ryan McFadden, The Denver Post, 19 May 2024 If Kendrick drops another classic, the Best Rapper Alive title won’t be leaving Compton for the foreseeable future. Angel Diaz, Billboard, 14 May 2024 All of these factors result in the price of chocolate remaining noticeably higher for the foreseeable future. Sharon Greenthal, Better Homes & Gardens, 13 May 2024 Being eternally in vogue, more than anything, has assured that Rolex will remain king for the foreseeable future. Allen Farmelo, Robb Report, 11 May 2024 The bulk of Medicare spending increases in the foreseeable future are in Part B, outpatient physician services. The Editors, National Review, 8 May 2024 That has to be every single day for the foreseeable future. Isaac Chotiner, The New Yorker, 2 May 2024 Tennessee — Mykel Williams, Edge, Georgia The Titans will face CJ Stroud, Trevor Lawrence and Anthony Richardson twice a year for the foreseeable future. Eddie Brown, San Diego Union-Tribune, 2 May 2024 Those lofty rates should persist for the foreseeable future after the central bank left its key rate unchanged at a 23-year high on Wednesday. Daniel De Visé, USA TODAY, 2 May 2024

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“In/for the foreseeable future.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 24 May. 2024.

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