They are imminently necessary given geo-political conditions.
Lewis has yet to file the new cases but says he plans to do so “imminently.”
She would be imminently stronger running to succeed a President Obama whose policies have finally brought the nation through.
It was, without exaggeration, imminently hazardous, and I must own to have been unnerved more than once.
It was too obvious now that their situation was imminently perilous to need the aid of language to confirm it.
The Victorians are imminently dissatisfied and would seem to have a right to be so.
It is a protest and a warning against those which are imminently threatened.
The storming of the main walls was now to be imminently expected, and no relief from outside could be hoped for.
The lawyer took the trip, and duly reached Peoria after many hairbreadth 'scapes on the imminently deadly sandbar.
The enclosed papers will explain to you a case which imminently endangers the peace of the United States with Spain.
1520s, from Middle French imminent (14c.) and directly from Latin imminentem (nominative imminens), present participle of imminere "to overhang; impend, be near, be at hand," from assimilated form of in- "into, in, on, upon" (see in- (2)) + minere "jut out," related to mons "hill" (see mount (n.)). Related: Imminently.