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  • v. To anticipate, expect, or wait for, especially with a feeling of approval or pleasure. Be excited or eager to.


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  • With that, the gavel came down, and I could look forward to a superextended spring break at the federal correctional institution in scenic Loretto, Pennsylvania.

    How to Rig an Election

  • The kids especially liked “seven swans a-swimming,” which was a basket of swan-shaped soaps plus passes to the local swimming pool, giving the kids something to look forward to when the warm days of spring arrived.

    CSS: Christmas Cheer

  • I believe they can look forward to many years of excellent service to the community under the stewardship of the woman I hope they will select as their new director, my former assistant, Faye Basil.

    I. O. U.

  • But if she was anything like the rest of her friends, I also could look forward to a lot more childish pranks like the shower fiascoprobably worse.

    Paradise Lost

  • Appuleia could look forward to at least ten years as Chief Vestal, and was carefully molding herself into a gentle tyrant.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • The Mandaeans, in their confused chronology, look forward to the coming of a figure called Anosh-Uthra Enoch who will ‘accuse Christ the Roman, the liar, son of a woman, who is not from the light’ and who will ‘unmask Christ the Roman as a liar, he will be bound by the hands of the Jews, his devotees will bind him, and his body will be slain.’

    The Templar Revelation

  • We look forward to her golabki and babka I knew the Polish names for the cabbage rolls and cake that Miss Edith shared with us, and I wanted to show off to Mara.


  • Customers can look forward to a boxier shaped jacket with a peplum waist complete with a not-especially-tight knee length skirt.

    Statue of Coco sets scene for Chanel show

  • Still, we humans can probably look forward to sharing the future with a fair number of beetles, tapeworms, fungi, tarweeds, mollusks, and mites.

    The Song of The Dodo

  • Low in future-time perspective: The person may not look forward to the future.

    The Time Paradox


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