Imminent is an adjective--imminent danger.
imminent = about to happenBuses in a traffic circle are a certain sign of imminent danger.The rattlesnake does not always rattle when the strike is imminent.
The rattle snake stops rattling when the strike is imminent.
Imminent basically means "soon". Examples:The end of the battle is imminent.A person skating on thin ice is in imminent danger.Snow is imminent in winter's beginning.We must finish weeding in the garden quickly because a storm is imminent.
The root word of 'adhesive' is 'adhere'.
Fugitive has no root word it is the root word.
Pathos is Greek and it is a root word! There is no root word for pathos because it is the root word.
There is no root word for the word A.
No, although it is true that the word 'imminent' is probably most commonly used in relation to unpleasant or undesirable events. The word just means 'about to occur'; 'close in time'; 'likely to happen soon';'impending'. It's perfectly appropriate to use it in other contexts, including happy ones! For example: He waited excitedly for the imminent announcement of the latest lottery winner. She looked forward with enthusiasm to her imminent retirement. The man believed his nomination for 'Employee of the Week' was imminent. The news channel reported that the results of the election were imminent.
There is none. In some words there is not a root word.
The root word of together is get.The root word of together is get.
the root word is decor and that is the root word of decorate
There is no root word of river. It itself is a root word.
There is no root word for honor. honor is a root word.
Imminent is a word to describe that something is almost positively sure to occur. The reason I say almost is because the with has been used so many times like "Society is destroying our planet and we are heading for imminent doom", or "If you do that, you will be heading for imminent danger", or "An asteroid is heading our was and we are facing our imminent destruction." More correctly used should be "It could be our imminent destruction".
I am the overseer of your imminent death.
Another word for imminent is impending but you can't make an adverb out of it.
The root word of a root word is the first syllable. An example of a root word is hap in happiness. The sequence goes as such; hap, happen happenings, happiness.
No, jellyfish is not a root word. It also doesn't have a root word.
Dict is the root word. This root word means to say.
The root word is ject. This root word means to throw.
The root word is uni. This root word means one.