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  • We do not anticipate the development of any other than natural laws. Cited from The Continental Monthly, Vol. 4, No. 1, July, 1863, by Various
  • The project was anticipated to be complete in four years, but it took nine.
  • I will anticipate a little that we may have done with him. Cited from Rattlin the Reefer, by Edward Howard
  • Issues was released during a week of many highly anticipated records.
  • But how does it work, when we thus anticipate God, by going our own way? Cited from Some of the Lord's Dealings with George Muller, by George Muller
  • The fight may have been the most anticipated fight on American soil that year.
  • It requires anticipating the direction the ball will go once the attack takes place.
  • "It will give you something to anticipate and help you to get well." Cited from Mother Carey's Chicken, by George Manville Fenn
  • He did not anticipate the fact that not all of the churches would support him.
  • It contains both teams and individual events and is highly anticipated.
  • It was anticipated and planned for by military and civil authorities in many countries.
  • The race is the most anticipated horse racing event of the year.
  • This series was highly anticipated due to the star status of the three male leads.
  • Still, there were some problems the two could neither anticipate nor avoid.
  • The tunnel took far longer, and cost far more money to build than had been anticipated.
  • He anticipates better health than he has enjoyed for many years. Cited from Reminiscences of Coleridge and Southey, J. Cottle
  • Such side effects are rare but worth being aware of, especially if long-term use is anticipated.
  • He had not anticipated the Japanese turning east into the wind while they recovered their aircraft.
  • While anticipated, it caused far greater problems than were expected.
  • You can't anticipate the next piece but it always makes absolute sense.
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Words starting with anticipate

Meaning of anticipate

  • verb Act in advance of; deal with ahead of time
  • verb Realize beforehand
  • verb Be excited or anxious about
  • verb Be a forerunner of or occur earlier than
    This composition anticipates Impressionism