anticipatory

[ UK /æntˈɪsɪpətəɹˌi/ ]
[ US /ænˈtɪsəpəˌtɔɹi/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. in anticipation
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How To Use anticipatory In A Sentence

  • Outside, the first footprints of autumn were seen in the yellowing leaves of some of the older poplars and the increasing anticipatory excitement of the birds and squirrels.
  • She found that she was less bothered by hot flashes and the attendant anticipatory anxiety about when the next hot flash would occur.
  • The amount of anticipatory glee I have while awaiting a Biden expostulation is no doubt directly proportional to the angst Obama feels with the same anticipation. If we take back 45 seats, we make Biden wear a Little Lord Fauntleroy suit. - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState
  • These seemingly conflicting feelings of hope, fear, detachment, and love are normal and are known as anticipatory grief. Mothering Twins
  • Leading zeros anticipatory logic is implemented based on a set of unified product rule, which can diminish the potential one bit error of original ones.
  • Tina let something show, something which brought to the back of Deirdre 's neck an anticipatory prickling. DEATH OF A NYMPH
  • The song bolts out with an anticipatory, pulsing rhythm under a soprano sax solo by Bruce Ackley.
  • It is only an anticipatory name for a further associative and terminative process that Meaning of Truth
  • With extraordinary promotional finesse, Buffalo Bill's Wild West heightened anticipatory excitement by plastering its tour route with colorful posters announcing upcoming show dates.
  • They asked us to put on a two-day seminar in Capitol Hill in '75, excuse me, on what we called anticipatory democracy. Creating a New Civilization: The Politics of the Third Wave
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