- v. present participle of anticipate.
“Are we meddlesome in anticipating alternative articles?”
“Twenty-five years ago, roads had been put in anticipating growth.”
“I think he's reading the "tea-leaves" NoSpin ... anticipating this tax eventually trickling down to him once the tax base shrinks and they're on to "plan B" .... read the recent article about Fed salaries now on average (in some jobs) higher than private sector.”
“Macedonia, guessing his manoeuvre and failing by a moment in anticipating it.”
“While it is impossible to cover every single angle and audience POV, the exercise is really useful in anticipating responses to yourwork.”
“Running a company apparently has little benefit in anticipating the needs of an economy.”
“I have asked the Lord to purify and sanctify our love for each other as well as for him and to regulate it according to his will, and I do believe, the Lord is with us - and I am happy in anticipating that day when the Lord's will shall be done in us and through us”
“History is the "first step out of the realm of instinct" where man, like "the animal," as Schelling says in anticipating the Ages, was confined "to an eternal circuit of actions in which, like Ixion upon his wheel, he revolves unceasingly" (199, 202).”
“It's nice to dream of a future, a future somewhat like my past, one when I will scan the fall movie preview lists and begin anticipating the movies that I'll be gleefully attending in the coming weeks.”
“Bubba: Your certitude in anticipating the eternal damnation of your flesh and blood seems to give you an inordinate amount of pleasure.”
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