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expectance

noun ex·pec·tance \ik-ˈspek-tən(t)s\

Definition of EXPECTANCE

Examples of EXPECTANCE

  1. <gave them the painting, with no expectance of anything in return>

First Known Use of EXPECTANCE

1603

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