expectancy

  1. pleasurable expectation
  2. something expected (as on the basis of a norm)

expectancy

(ek-spekĀ“tәn-se) the expected value or probability of occurrence for a specific event. life expectancy the number of years, based on statistical averages, that a given person of a specific age, class, or other demographic variable may be expected to continue living.
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Expectancy

• (n.) The act of expecting ; expectation. • (n.) That which is expected, or looked or waited for with interest; the object of expectation or hope.
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expectancy

noun something expected (as on the basis of a norm); `each of them had their own anticipations`; `an indicator of expectancy in development`
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Expectancy

n. The likelihood of enjoyment in the future of something which one reckons on receiving. This term typically refers to real property or a deceased's estate.
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Expectancy

The possibility of future enjoyment of something one counts on receiving, usually referring to real property or the estate of a deceased person, such as a remainder, reversion, or distribution after the death of someone who has use for life.
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