forth coming

forthcoming

[fawrth-kuhm-ing, fohrth-]
adjective
1.
coming, forth, or about to come forth; about to appear; approaching in time: the forthcoming concert.
2.
ready or available when required or expected: He assured us that payment would be forthcoming.
3.
frank and cooperative; candid: In his testimony, the senator could have been more forthcoming.
4.
friendly and outgoing; sociable.
noun
5.
a coming, forth; appearance.

Origin:
1515–25; forth + coming

forthcomingness, noun
unforthcoming, adjective
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forthcoming (ˌfɔːθˈkʌmɪŋ)
 
adj
1.  approaching in time: the forthcoming debate
2.  about to appear: his forthcoming book
3.  available or ready: the money wasn't forthcoming
4.  open or sociable
 
forth'comingness
 
n

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forthcoming
"about to happen," 1520s; earlier was O.E. forðcuman; see forth + come.
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