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ongoing

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of ongoing

  1. 1 being in progress or development we do seem to be making some headway on that ongoing project the ever ongoing quest for knowledge by men and women of science Synonyms of ongoing afoot, proceeding Words Related to ongoing functioning, happening, operating, working; afloat, alive, going; advancing, continuing, gaining Near Antonyms of ongoing receding, regressing, retrogressing Antonyms of ongoing arrested, ended, halted, stalled, stopped

  2. 2 existing or in progress right now the ongoing presidential campaign Synonyms of ongoing current, extant, immediate, instant, present, present-dayWords Related to ongoing contemporary, mod, modern, modernistic, new, newfangled, new-fashioned, recent, red-hot, space-age, supermodern, ultramodern, up-to-date; being, breathing, existent, existing, livingNear Antonyms of ongoing coming, future, unborn; completed, concluded, done, ended, finished, over, terminated, through, up; ancient, antediluvian, antiquated, antique, archaic, dated, fusty, musty, noncontemporary, obsolete, old, oldfangled, old-fashioned, old-time, out-of-date, outworn, passé; ago, bygone, erstwhile, former, past

  3. 3 having an existence or validity that does not change or diminish an ongoing commitment to improving their community Synonyms of ongoing ageless, continuing, dateless, enduring, eternal, everlasting, immortal, imperishable, lasting, abiding, perennial, perpetual, timeless, undyingWords Related to ongoing ceaseless, endless, permanent; changeless, constant, stable, stationary, steady, unchanging, unvaryingNear Antonyms of ongoing antiquated, archaic, dated, obsolete, outdated, outmoded, out-of-date, outworn, passé



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