By his own admission to reporters, Acevedo plowed into the cab carrying the expectant couple and then fled the scene.
Thankfully (or perhaps not, for some expectant theatergoers), the play steers clear of nudity and anything too explicit.
expectant moms are advised to avoid alcohol, and dads often go along for the ride these days.
But he arrived more than an hour early to the courthouse, which was packed with spectators and an expectant air.
Picture that energized and expectant crowd in the March on Washington at the feet of Lincoln.
There was a quick rush of feet—then that dense, expectant silence once more.
It is necessary that the field of consciousness should be not only free, but "expectant."
Mr. Baker glanced along the decks at the expectant group of sailors, glanced aloft at the yards.
She sits before the glowing embers in an expectant attitude.
St. Cuthbert's was filled long before eleven with a reverent and expectant congregation.
late 14c., from Old French expectant or directly from Latin expectantem/exspectantem (nominative expectans/exspectans), present participle of expectare/exspectare (see expect). Related: Expectantly. As a noun, from 1620s.
expectant ex·pec·tant (ĭk-spěk'tənt)