imminency (plural imminencies)
- (archaic) imminence
1918, John L. B. Williams, A.M., Fighting France:
- His career as editor had been long enough, however, for him to impress upon the minds of the French public the imminency of the Prussian Peril.
1867, James Parton, Famous Americans of Recent Times:
- For Mr. Madison the caucus was unanimous, but there was a difference with regard to the Vice-Presidency, then filled by the aged George Clinton of New York, who represented the anti-Virginian wing of the party in power. Mr. Calhoun, in a set speech, opposed the renomination of Governor Clinton, on the ground that in the imminency of a war with England the Republican party ought to present an unbroken front.