Approaching; forthcoming; next: the coming season; a coming report on arms limitation. (adjective)
Showing promise of fame or success.(adjective)
Arrival; advent: the coming of spring. (noun)
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Use "coming" in a sentence
"Thus from the general tenor of prophecy it appears that infidelity will have overspread the world _when the Son of man shall come_ to reign upon it: And as this agrees to no other coming of his foretold by the prophets, there can be no reasonable doubt what _coming_ is intended in the text."
"Great Rome will soon be sacked with Romans, for her boy is coming home; the child of her instinct, the son of her ignorance, the son of her RELIGION, is _coming home_."
"He saith, that because the coming of _Christ_ should be long deferred, they should scoff, saying, _where is the promise of his coming_?"