Eminent vs Imminent
Eminent (adj.) means high in rank or repute; prominent, distinguished; conspicuous; protruding.
He is one of several eminent professors at the university.
Imminent (adj.) means likely to occur at any moment; impending.
The baby's head was crowning; birth was imminent.
Fateful vs Faithful
Fateful (adj.) means having great significance or consequences; disastrous; prophetic; ominous. Although often used to describe something dismal, a fateful day or event can be positive or negative.
A pile of melted metal and charred wood stood as an eerie monument to that fateful day.
Faithful (adj.) means reliable, trusted, true to one's word; true to fact, an original, accurate.
Sue is a faithful member of our group.
He gave a faithful account.
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