This plunged me into nightmares of imminent exposure and ruin for the project.
What happens when Israeli intelligence learns of an imminent attack forming in Sinai?
Immediately following the September 11, 2001, attacks, officials and citizens alike worried that another attack was imminent.
Cantor and his team, assuming a relatively easy victory was imminent, were blindsided last Tuesday in a double-digit loss.
The saga continues into 2001, when the Bush administration received multiple warnings about an imminent strike.
While she was waiting, she one day received a letter from Toby, announcing his imminent arrival in London.
With great difficulty and imminent danger he succeeded in reaching her.
Perhaps they had been kept in air-tight boxes till the Discovery was imminent and then brought out to do honour to the occasion.
Involuntarily, Clayton squared himself, as if an attack were imminent.
I do not know whether she was conscious of her imminent danger.
1520s, from Middle French imminent (14c.) and directly from Latin imminentem (nominative imminens), present participle of imminere "to overhang; impend, be near, be at hand," from assimilated form of in- "into, in, on, upon" (see in- (2)) + minere "jut out," related to mons "hill" (see mount (n.)). Related: Imminently.