Lewis has yet to file the new cases but says he plans to do so “imminently.”
They are imminently necessary given geo-political conditions.
She would be imminently stronger running to succeed a President Obama whose policies have finally brought the nation through.
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.