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future; soon to be the thing specified (usually used in combination):
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Nearby words for to be
to a degree
to a fare-thee-well
to a fault
to a first approximation
to a frazzle
to a man
to a t
to a zeroth approximation
to all intents and purposes
to and fro
to be sure
to be, or not to be
to beat the band
to blame, be
to each his own
to err is human, to forgive divine
to good purpose
to hell and gone
to hell with
to kill a mockingbird
to little purpose
to my mind
to no avail
to one's face
to one's feet
to one's heart's content
to one's name