The time ahead; those moments yet to be experienced. (noun)
Something that will happen in moments yet to come. (noun)
Goodness in what is yet to come/Something to look foreward to. (noun)
Verb tense used to talk about events that will happen in the future; future tense. (noun)
An agreement between two parties that one will sell the other a specific commodity at a specific later date and a specific price. (noun)
Having to do with or occurring in the future. (adjective)
Examples of word future
In addition, if that debate was intended to secure from the Government an intimation of future policy against Southern shipbuilding it was conducted on wrong lines for _immediate_ effect -- though friends of the North may have thought the method used was wise for _future_ effect.
But, as he gained a little strength from the genial season, the pure country air, and the release from gloomy thoughts which his rambles afforded, the end was farther removed, and a future -- though brief, perhaps, still a _future_ -- began to glimmer before him.
Science Fiction is not about predicting or anticipating the future, it's about helping us prepare for the future, * any future* and exploring the consequences of actions and situations.
When we pass through the inexorable gates of the future; when we pass through that vestibule where death stands opening his everlasting gates as widely to the pauper as to the king; when we pass out here into the _dim mysteries of the future_, to confront, it may be, the interrogations of the Eternal, -- I apprehend _every man's responsibility will go with him_, and no second-hand opinions will answer for us. "[
Somehow he turned the fact that he "screwed up" to his advantage, though how many times he can get away with this ruse in future is open to question.