hoped-for

ADJECTIVE
  1. expected hopefully
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How To Use hoped-for In A Sentence

  • The hoped-for boom in jobs has so far proved illusory. Times, Sunday Times
  • It could bring enormous benefits if I could convince Congress to pass the budget, and if it got the hoped-for response from the Federal Reserve and the bond market.
  • That might not seem like a lofty goal, but after the plans last year fizzled out and the hoped-for inaugural festival was cancelled, it's a realistic one.
  • The hoped-for corrective is "Pacific Standard Time," a Getty-encouraged, Getty-subsidized nearly $10 million in grants collaboration among 60 Southern California institutions resulting in a smorgasbord of everything from handcrafted furniture to hard-edge painting, from guerrilla street performances to sculpture in aerospace materials—all made in California over the past 70 years or so—in shows rolling out over the next six months. Laying Claim to Its Place in the Sun
  • You can have a Vision of Space Exploration (VSE), but unless there's been a preliminary Establishment of Space Exploration Infrastructure (ESEI) to serve as the resource foundation for any level of VSE, you're using an existing infrastructure designed under the same limitations that will limit any hoped-for VSE capabilities. Why Some Say the Moon? - NASA Watch
  • It was the sort of price any commander had to pay for hoped-for victory.
  • But for this unhoped-for help, I must have perished. Le Colonel Chabert
  • Unfortunately, the hoped-for investment boom did not materialize.
  • I think the Garden of Eden now revived by eco-spirituality, has come to represent the once hoped-for celestial paradise.
  • Yet, conservation biologists have begun to wonder if these long-hoped-for changes bode well for the land.
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