- It is difficult to envision a plan for the future without visiting moments from the past.
- Draw your own conclusions as to what the future holds once the Government legalises cannabis, which it will.
- No, awful as that picture is, it is just a snapshot of a moment in the near future.
- The technician as such has the benefit of hindsight to predict the future.
- Telecoms analysts, after all, have not recently shown a particularly sound ability to predict the future.
- In fact, predicting the future of music is more difficult than ever.
- He still has a bright future ahead of him and is expected to put up a better performance next year.
- It was the kind of shot that also convinces Westwood of the bright future that may lie ahead for the youngster.
- While coming out on the wrong side of the score line today Swinford looks to have a very bright future ahead.
- Each of the several million Japanese who died in war had families and futures.
- A cleaner energy future beckons - now is the time to deliver.
- This involves buying and selling futures or options on shares, bonds or currencies.
- Then as soon as the cash market closed, the S&P futures made a new low for the session.
- These banks can deal in futures and options so that they can manage price risks.
- Judgements of national interest require prudence, and some concern for the likely trend of future events.
- The future use is likely to be a small-scale residential development.
- It follows a study into the suitability of the buildings and the likely future demand for family services across the city.
- It has been suggested that his Pitt biography is part of a grand publicity plan to jockey back into position as a future leader.
- In truth it is Davis himself who has been under suspicion for positioning himself as a future leader.
- The agency, however, has been planned to have a movie producer as the future owner of Boyana Film.
- Traditionally, the simple future tense is will or shall followed by the infinitive: will follow.
- Expletive null subjects, for example, can occur freely in the past, present, and future tenses.
- If the question is framed in the future tense, then I understand what conversation we are having.
for future reference
- see reference.
- chiefly British From now on: she would be more careful in futureMore example sentences
from now on, after this, in the future, from this day forward, hence, henceforward, subsequently, in time to come, down the roadformal hereafter
- I shall however in future be careful to exclude all mention of the players involved.
- I would like to fine him for the Diver Lifeboat Fund and to warn him to be more careful in future.
- Women will in future be directed to birthing units in Chippenham and Trowbridge.
- Example sentences
- This interlude mends and creates relationships in ways that can be understood only by instinct, especially the magical sparks between Sebastien and Nathalie, futureless, fated to be extinguished in a blind alley.
- I don't want to see any more grey council estates full of wretched, futureless people stuck some god awful cycle of eternal hopelessness.
- ‘They were living futureless lives, then,’ he says.
Late Middle English: via Old French from Latin futurus, future participle of esse 'be' (from the stem fu-, ultimately from a base meaning 'grow, become').
Words that rhyme with futurecachucha, moocher, smoocher, suture
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