- 1Planned for or about to happen in the near future: the forthcoming baseball seasonMore example sentences
- We had played our rugby to gain the lead, and then, with one eye on the forthcoming cricket season, we had declared.
- June was due to appear in the forthcoming production of ‘The Odd Couple’ in September.
- They insisted that Wales would appear prominently in their forthcoming yearbook of regional statistics.
- 2 [predic. often with negative] (Of something required) ready or made available when wanted or needed: financial support was not forthcomingMore example sentences
- The chairman promised funds would be made available but none were forthcoming.
- If credit was forthcoming, they were ready to borrow as much as someone was willing to lend.
- The approach is preliminary in nature and there can be no certainty that an offer will ultimately be forthcoming.
- 2.1(Of a person) willing to divulge information: their daughter had never been forthcoming about her time in EuropeMore example sentences
- If they were forthcoming with information, they would have been able to get the electorate back on their side.
- How do you educate end users to be a bit more forthcoming with information?
- They were very blasé and were not very forthcoming with the information they should have been presenting.
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- He shows that he expects, you know, forthcomingness, if that's a word, on the part of his nominees.
- When thus employed, it ought not to be more severe than is necessary to insure forthcomingness.
- I think the dermatologist I visited for the first time was a little taken aback at my forthcomingness.