anticipate[ an-tis-uh-peyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF anticipate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANTICIPATE
She was distrustful of the future, and apt to anticipate bad fortune.
This junction O'Neill was determined to defeat, and did defeat it;—but let us not anticipate.
But I do not anticipate that we shall ever have much malgamite on our hands.
But we need not anticipate evil: that is to send out for the suffering.
Not to anticipate events, however, we will now return to the party in the launch.
But this was just what the Alpini and Bersaglieri had been trained to anticipate.
Moreover it was impossible to anticipate the direction of his shots.
It pleased her much to anticipate an end to a risky situation.
I anticipate no difficulty, though it requires some thought in manipulation.
You do not, I hope, anticipate anything of the sort in this case.