She is baffled, for instance, by the fact that most humans seem to ignore the imminence of death and the strange beauty of life.
The alternative recourse is especially needed when the imminence of war requires a speedy reference, as in the Casablanca case.
Dim indeed was the light, but his sight was keen, and quickened by the imminence of danger.
The imminence of the danger drove the Jolly Rovers into a helpless panic.
"Not now," she cried, finding voice and word in the imminence of the peril.
Hence, perhaps, the imminence of the perils from which he had so narrowly escaped, hence the utterness of his present destitution.
At a glance the latter understood the extent and the imminence of their danger.
The imminence of the peril had been such that, as we mutually recovered, I found a cold sweat bathing me.
She was aware of the imminence of her loss without deploring it.
His life, to him, was a mission to the unconverted to point out the imminence of death and its meaning.