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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Example sentences
There is no way to rotate pictures now and it will not be a forthcoming update.
So hopefully some more concrete results will be forthcoming as to whether or
  not this will help rice production.
Her focus will be on succulent container gardens, the subject of her
  forthcoming book.
First on the chopping block, according to its forthcoming blueprint for defense
  cuts: counterinsurgency.
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