Examples of anticipatory in a Sentence
couldn't control his anticipatory excitement on Christmas morning
Recent Examples of anticipatory from the Web
Cancer patients undergoing rounds of chemotherapy often suffer from debilitating nocebo effects—such as anticipatory nausea—conditioned by their past experiences with the drugs.
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Legal Definition of anticipatory
: of or relating to a prior action that takes into account or forestalls a later action an anticipatory challenge brought for declaratory and injunctive relief — L. H. Tribe
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