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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to happening:   (319 results)

Often used in the same context:
occurring, happing, transpiring, doing, unfolding, going, what, seeing, coming, witnessing, occured, talking, know, snowballing, thinking, amiss, experiencing, popping, buzzing, progressing, erupting, saddening, materializing, creeping, why, exists, hear, moving, impacting, depressing, panicking, disappearing, snowing, worrying, reacting, percolating, hotting, bothering, horrifying, weirding, overdramatize, watching, miscall, dreaming, like, permeating, springing, proliferating, whats, anyplace, riveted, disturbing, dire straits, brewing, abuzz, domino effect, perturbs, underway, bubbling, where, heartening, want, flocking, understand, behaving, dawning, spreading, raining, shocking, excites, tell, plaguing, sprouting, crying, radio announcer, freaking, prospering, disheartening, noticing, this, changing, alarming, overreact, fascinates, transfixed, circulating, imagining, wecan, befallen, cropping, frightening, supposed, observing, faring, pervading, mushrooming, affecting, realize, getting, seymour hersh, congregating, trickling, happenings, circumstance, event, occurrences, accident, incident, events, mishap, occurence, occurences, accidents, incidents, misfortune, occurrence, phenomenon, things, coincidence, contretemps, circum, conjuncture

More specific:
abrupt change, accident, accompaniment, alteration, appearance, avalanche, beginning, blow, bonanza, boom, break, burst, case, chance event, change, co-occurrence, collapse, conclusion, concomitant, contact, contingency, convergence, crash, destiny, disappearance, discharge, ending, episode, eventuality, example, experience, failure, fate, fire, flare-up, flash, fortuity, goldmine, impinging, incident, instance, interruption, juncture, manna from heaven, marvel, miracle, modification, motion, movement, news event, occasion, outbreak, outburst, periodic event, recurrent event, reversal, reverse, setback, sound, striking, success, thing, trouble, union, wonder

Appears in the definition of:
., abruptness, active, active voice, affected role, after, afterward, afterwards, all of a sudden, announcement, avert, avoid, avoidance, benefactive role, beneficiary, benthal, benthic, benthonic, black eye, block, blow, bonanza, boom, bunce, burst, cause, co-occurrence, coincidence, coincidentally, coincidently, concurrence, conjunction, daily, datable, daytime, debar, deflect, diastolic, dodging, episode, external, extrasystolic, fend off, flare-up, fluvial, forbid, foreclose, forestall, fortuitousness, godsend, gold rush, gravy, grounds, halt, hap, happen, head off, internal, in progressp, kibosh, later, later on, manna from heaven, meridian, nightly, nighttime, nowadays, obviate, of a sudden, one-off, ongoing, out-of-town, outburst, overnight, patient, patient role, pelting, periodic, periodical, planning, possibility, possible, possibleness, postoperative, precipitance, precipitancy, precipitateness, preclude, preoperative, preparation, present, presenta, prevent, promulgation, provision, pull the plug, rain, reason, recipient, recipient role, recurrence, return, reversal, reverse, seasonable, self-generated, series, setback, shunning, simultaneity, simultaneousness, sit back, sit by, spontaneous, stave off, stop, subsequently, sudden, suddenly, suddenness, timely, turning away, unexpected, unforeseen, ward off, well-timeda, well timedp, windfall

More general:
event

Synonyms:
natural event, occurrence, on

Also try:
— Adjectives for happening: strange, actual, unusual, historical, real, mere, particular, unexpected, tragic, important, untoward, more...

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See happening used in context: 82 rhymes, several books and articles.

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