Synonyms for future

Synonyms for (noun) future

Synonyms: future

Definition: bulk commodities bought or sold at an agreed price for delivery at a specified future date

Similar words: commodity, trade good, good

Definition: articles of commerce


Synonyms: future, future tense

Definition: a verb tense that expresses actions or states in the future

Similar words: tense

Definition: a grammatical category of verbs used to express distinctions of time


Synonyms: hereafter, time to come, future, futurity

Definition: the time yet to come

Similar words: time

Definition: the continuum of experience in which events pass from the future through the present to the past

Synonyms for (adjective) future

Synonyms: succeeding, future, next

Definition: (of elected officers) elected but not yet serving

Usage: our next president

Similar words: incoming

Definition: arriving at a place or position

Usage: incoming class; incoming mail


Synonyms: future

Definition: yet to be or coming

Usage: some future historian will evaluate him

Similar words: forthcoming, coming, approaching, upcoming

Definition: of the relatively near future

Usage: the approaching election; this coming Thursday; the forthcoming holidays; the upcoming spring fashions


Similar words: future day

Definition: yet to come

Usage: a future-day Gibbon of Macaulay


Similar words: early

Definition: expected in the near future

Usage: look for an early end to the negotiations


Similar words: emerging, rising

Definition: coming to maturity

Usage: the rising generation


Similar words: in store

Definition: in readiness; awaiting

Usage: gave us a hint of the excitement that was in store for us


Similar words: prox, proximo

Definition: in or of the next month after the present

Usage: scheduled for the 6th prox


Synonyms: future

Definition: effective in or looking toward the future

Usage: he was preparing for future employment opportunities

Similar words: prospective

Definition: of or concerned with or related to the future

Usage: prospective earnings; a prospective mother; a prospective bride; the statute is solely prospective in operation