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pending

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of pending

  1. 1 not yet settled or decided a decision is pending about whether to buy computers or sports equipment with this money Synonyms of pending open, undecided, undetermined, unresolved, unsettled Words Related to pending hanging; arguable, debatable, disputable, moot, uncertain, unsure Phrases in hand Near Antonyms of pending confirmed, established; certain, sure Antonyms of pending decided, determined, resolved, settled

  2. 2 being soon to appear or take place a pending review of your work so far this term Synonyms of pending approaching, coming, imminent, impending, nearing, oncoming, forthcoming, proximate, upcomingWords Related to pending future; anticipated, awaited, expected, foreseen, predictedNear Antonyms of pending bygone, erstwhile, foregone, former, old, onetime, other, past, quondam, sometime, whilomAntonyms of pending late, recent

  3. 3 giving signs of immediate occurrence the sky darkened with a pending storm Synonyms of pending impending, looming, imminent, threateningWords Related to pending approaching, coming, forthcoming, future, near, nearing, oncoming, upcoming; brewing, gathering; likely, possible, probable; inevitable, unavoidable; apocalyptic (also apocalyptical), lowering, menacing, ominous, portentous; anticipated, awaited, expected, foreseen, predictedNear Antonyms of pending distant, far-off, remote; eventual, ultimate; bygone, former, past; late, recent


pending

preposition

Synonyms and Antonyms of pending

  1. in the course of the government must continue to function pending negotiations for next year's budget Synonyms of pending amid (or amidst), by, over, during, through, throughout



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