anticipative

[ an-tis-uh-pey-tiv, -puh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF anticipative
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Our very passions, when most agitated, are most anticipative.

The internal organization of the colonial church is also anticipative.

There was a note of anticipative defiance in the young voice as she spoke.

We have seen the historical results of this mode of procedure in what is denominated the Anticipative or Hypothetical Method.

"Ho, ho," said Mr. Rugge, in hissing accents which had often thrilled the threepenny gallery with anticipative horror.

He had left his seal-oil lamp burning and now it was with an anticipative chuckle of joy that he untied the drawstring.

My mother shook her head in anticipative horror, and raised her finger reprovingly.

Why not arrange that, out of this sum, your anticipative charge on the Casino property be paid at once?

"Coco toddy," muttered Tavu, half in alarm, half in anticipative ecstasy.

She assented with a ready, anticipative willingness; and I lifted softly the white covering.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ANTICIPATIVE

anticipant

adjectiveexpectant
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