anticipatory

[ an-tis-uh-puh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF anticipatory
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Casanova's own brief, anticipatory account is given in his Memoirs.

The plainclothesmen looked at each other with anticipatory glee.

The rest of the group trailed behind with anticipatory grins.

The very thing he says is an anticipatory excuse for anything he may choose to do.

"Do tell me," she said, with an anticipatory smile and flash of white teeth.

Of all the anticipatory mourners, the most demonstrative was the sympathetic widow.

Thus this psalmist breaks into anticipatory pans of victory.

All this is anticipatory of the "good time coming" to you this summer.

The opening of the present letter is anticipatory of what is to follow.

I listened nervously to the anticipatory hum of the insects.

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