Examples of anticipatory in a Sentence
couldn't control his anticipatory excitement on Christmas morning
Recent Examples of anticipatory from the Web
After weeks of anticipation (and, in some cases, anticipatory dread), Hillary Clinton’s new memoir, What Happened, is out today.
All the glory of a Steve Jobs event—the precise starting time, the gorgeous slides, the anticipatory vibe—were present but for the master himself.
While all players accept this as an unavoidable nuance of the short grass court season, Federer thrives on the chance to win through improvisation, fine perception, and supernatural anticipatory skills.
Forbidding the sale of certain medical drugs is an anticipatory measure.
Stanley Cup Finals: Penguins regroup, Predators look for road magic in Game 5 The vibe inside PPG Paints Arena for Game 5 on Thursday figures to be more anxious than anticipatory after the Nashville Predators evened the series at 2-2.
In a lawsuit filed Tuesday (June 20) in California, TuneIn also alleges anticipatory breach, breach of the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing and negligent misrepresentation, demanding a jury trial.
The most anticipatory photo might be of Lynch receiving a hand-off from quarterback Derek Carr.
At the moment, much of the enthusiasm for new French movies in the United States is running on the fumes of nostalgia for the industry’s days of greater achievements, and on anticipatory gleanings of new ones to come.
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First Known Use of anticipatory
legal Definition of anticipatory
- an anticipatory challenge brought for declaratory and injunctive relief
- —L. H. Tribe
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