Use the word impending in a sentence?
She could sense the feeling of impending doom settling down upon the courtyard as the army rode closer.
1 person found this useful
Change is impending, one always has to be prepared. Oh wait, that uses "impending", not "impend". Okay, somebody else use "impend" in a sentence for me; I don't know how.
She could sense the feeling of impending doom settling down uponthe courtyard as the army rode closer.And you is so dumb
The impending holidays were filling the children's thoughts with visions of Santa.
Here are a few ways:. We used to go there.. I used the telephone.. Used cars are cheaper.
The example was very useful in explaining the concept.
Sentence can mean the words in a written construction, or a court-ordered punishment for a crime. Example : "You can usually tell if a sentence is poorly written when it ca…nnot be spoken aloud in a natural way." Example : "The robber was given a lengthy sentence by the judge." The sentence that the girl wrote was filled with misspelled words and improper grammar.
impending death is going to happen
Example sentences for the noun 'use': I must thank Jim for the use of his car. The use of foul language is not permitted here. Example sentences for the verb …'use': You may use my pen to write the note. We use English to answer these questions.
He wrote the long sentence on the blackboard. He received a five-year sentence for his crime. The judge will sentence the poacher on Monday.
she was impending on herself
Example sentence - His impending doom was at hand.
'The game was almost over, and the team's victory was impending.' 'His impending death was due largely to his poor diet.'
In Prefixes Suffixes and Root Words
In Sentence and Word Structure
I've used my computer ever since I bought it.
What multiplier is being used in the article to reflect the anticipated effect of impending inflation?
None of the Above, meaning not 5, 6, or 7.
In Example Sentences
i was sentencing all over her face.
An impending doom is about to come.