anticipant

adjective
an·tic·i·pant | \an-ˈti-sə-pənt \

Definition of anticipant 

: expectant, anticipating usually used with of

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anticipant noun

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Synonyms

agape, agog, anticipatory, expectant

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Examples of anticipant in a Sentence

anticipant of receiving a holiday bonus, she had mentally spent the money by Thanksgiving

First Known Use of anticipant

1626, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of anticipant was in 1626

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