The adrenaline rush of anticipation, the extra weight of fear as those men walked on into the unknown.
We get hyped to see the next episode and wait with anticipation from the moment one episode ends and another it so air.
In the morning, fueled by fresh fruit and anticipation, we thundered off to Savanna-La-Mar.
As for today: savor the excitement, and share in the anticipation of what we will learn in the coming months.
Such is the thrill that the anticipation of spending large sums of cash can create.
It was possibly in anticipation of his theory that the young effigy called him "father!"
Both the realization and the anticipation are most pleasing.
Besides, the slight put upon poor Betsey had destroyed much of the pleasure of anticipation.
And that is why I apologise in anticipation for a probable lack of proportion in this work.
He eyed me sardonically for a moment, as if enjoying in anticipation the pleasure of compelling me against my will.
late 14c., from Latin anticipationem (nominative anticipatio) "preconception, preconceived notion," noun of action from past participle stem of anticipare "take care of ahead of time" (see anticipate). Meaning "action of looking forward to" is from 1809.