anticipant

[adj] - marked by eager anticipation
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Anticipant

An·tic'i·pant adjective [ Latin anticipans , present participle of anticipare .] Anticipating; expectant; -- with of . « Wakening guilt, anticipant of hell. Southey. »
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anticipant

anticipative adjective marked by eager anticipation; `an expectant hush`
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Anticipant

• (a.) Anticipating; expectant; -- with of.
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anticipant

anticipant 1. Coming or acting in advance: 'The clouds are anticipant of a storm.' 2. Expectant; anticipating: 'The team was anticipant of victory. 3. Someone who anticipates.
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