upcoming

adjective
up·​com·​ing | \ ˈəp-ˌkə-miŋ How to pronounce upcoming (audio) \

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Examples of upcoming in a Sentence

Upcoming events are posted on our Web site.

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The listing also appeared on Spotify under the group's upcoming shows, which is how many people initially noticed it. Carolyn Twersky, Seventeen, "8 Signs That One Direction is Getting Back Together Very Soon," 6 May 2019 Besides posting about her baby, Tamron has also been sharing snippets from her upcoming talk show, which premieres September 9. Kayla Keegan, Good Housekeeping, "Tamron Hall Just Had Her Baby and Her Husband's Emotional Reaction Will Make You Sob," 25 Apr. 2019 But that's all changed now, since Netflix and Hulu and premium networks like HBO have lifted all boats—as the upcoming TV shows of summer 2019 perfectly demonstrate. Marie Claire, "8 TV Shows Dropping This Summer You Won't Want to Miss," 11 Mar. 2019 Syfy will screen the first episode of its upcoming space horror show Nightflyers later today at New York Comic Con. Andrew Liptak, The Verge, "You’ll be able to binge all of Syfy’s Nightflyers starting on December 2nd," 5 Oct. 2018 Days before the finale episodes, Brooks told fans that he was excited to invite Ketterer to perform in his upcoming October show. Morgan M. Evans, Fox News, "'AGT' star Michael Ketterer will not perform at Garth Brooks concert after domestic violence arrest," 25 Sep. 2018 Earlier this summer, after new shots of all the Disney princesses hanging out together in the upcoming Wreck-It Ralph sequel were released, fans noticed something was...off. Andrea Park, Glamour, "The Actress Who Voices Princess Tiana Asked Disney to Address Whitewashing Complaints," 25 Sep. 2018 One of our favorites surrounds their new pals, and this only suggests more so that Jennifer and Alex are filming for one of the former HGTV star’s upcoming series. Megan Stein, Country Living, "Are Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez Filming for Chip and Joanna Gaines' New Network?," 29 Apr. 2019 That has made some recent Windows 10 updates, including the upcoming May 2019 Update, rather unexciting. Mark Hachman, PCWorld, "Microsoft adds phone notification support, dictation languages to new Windows 10 Insider build," 26 Apr. 2019

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First Known Use of upcoming

1943, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of upcoming was in 1943

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upcoming

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of upcoming

: happening or appearing soon

upcoming

adjective
up·​com·​ing | \ ˈəp-ˌkə-miŋ How to pronounce upcoming (audio) \

Kids Definition of upcoming

: coming soon the upcoming holiday

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