On Fox News Sunday Clyburn said he expects the same result for his party this November, bad poll numbers be damned.
He will offer up his trunk and he expects you to blow into it.
Todd, a newlywed herself, said she expects to be watching it on television, just like everyone else.
Erik Prince is not the kind of man one expects to make the case for slashing U.S. intelligence and military budgets.
And Offit expects the CDC to officially recommend it for boys and men within the year.
I dont know where she expects to find her talent, sniffed Agnes.
It will be dreadful, of course, but then, no one ever expects them to be otherwise.
And Jane is too much of a thoroughbred to show him she expects it.
It is a breach of the respect which one expects, that is, it wounds vanity.
"He expects you to give him your heart," said her ladyship, slowly.
1550s, "wait, defer action," from Latin expectare/exspectare "await, look out for, desire, hope," from ex- "thoroughly" (see ex-) + spectare "to look," frequentative of specere "to look at" (see scope (n.1)).
Figurative sense of "anticipate, look forward to" developed in Latin, attested in English from c.1600. Used since 1817 as a euphemism for "be pregnant." Related: Expected; expecting.