winds of change

plural noun

: forces that have the power to change things
used generally to mean change is going to happen
The winds of change have begun to blow.

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Recent Examples on the Web Buffeted by strong winds of change in college sports, Bureaucratic Big Blue is at an inflection point. Christopher L. Gasper,, 11 Mar. 2023

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“Winds of change.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 23 Mar. 2023.

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