|able to happen, capable of happening but unlikely, could be, might be, may be, maybe real or true, possibility, potential, proper||possible|
|able to make something happen, act of operating a vehicle, falling hard, process of operating vehicle, vigorous, energetic; transferring power; used when operating a vehicle||driving|
|about to happen, allowing little space between, bring deal to closure, cadence, close down, close off, closely guarded, closely related, come or bring together, complete an electrical circuit, cover an opening, cut very short, deactivate and store file...||close|
|about to happen, approximate, nearest, next, closest, nearest; adjacent, nearby, located in close proximity, very close||proximate|
|about to happen, during, imminent, impending; awaiting decision, undecided; incomplete, unfinished, not yet taken care of, prep. until, up to that time that -; during||pending|
|about to happen, followed by, on surface, one after another, prep. on, atop||upon|
|about to happen, imminent, forthcoming||upcoming|
|about to occur, impending, forthcoming, about to happen, near, approaching (especially of an evil or dangerous event); projecting, overhanging||imminent|
|accidental, random, unexpected, do something risky, do something unplanned, likelihood that something will happen, occur, take place; jeopardize, endanger, opportunity or opportune time for something, opportunity to make putout or assist, possibility, ...||chance|
|act of stirring, arouse feeling, be able to be stirred, be felt, commotion, goad into action, happen, leave, make circular movements in a liquid with an object, agitate, mix; move, set in motion; arouse, awake, bestir; stimulate, provoke, incite; affec...||stir|
|act to manipulate economic markets, act to produce change, be situated in between, break into a conversation, elapse, enter a lawsuit, happen so as to impede, interpose; interfere, mediate, step in; happen between other events; occur, take place; occur...||intervene|
|adapt music, make agreement for something to happen, organize; settle, prepare for something, put somebody or something in order||arrange|
|agree, be compatible; happen at the same time; agree; take up the same place, be same in position or form, happen at same time||coincide|
|align sound and image of movie, cause to occur at the same time; cause to operate simultaneously; cause to show the same time (of clocks); occur at the same time; operate simultaneously, go together, happen together, make things work at same time, repr...||synchronize|
|allowing something to happen, associated with a variety of conditions, making possible, allowing; optional; possible; able to exist in more than one set of environmental conditions (Biology), not required, see also:obligate||facultative|
|announce, proclaim; come before, precede, bringer of news, heraldic official, messenger, official announcer; harbinger, forerunner; formerly a royal messenger, official at medieval tournaments, official messenger, sign of what will happen, signal somet...||herald|
|apparatus on which fabrics are woven, weaving machine, appear as a large and indistinct form; appear as larger than life; impend, be about to occur; weave fabric on a loom, appearance of something large, be about to happen, be seen as large shape, midd...||loom|
|appear or happen, come out, be revealed, become known, survive||emerge|
|arrange for something to happen earlier, make something known, offer somebody as candidate||put forward|
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