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anticipated

[ an-tis-uh-pey-tid ]
/ ænˈtɪs əˌpeɪ tɪd /
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adjective
predicted, foreseen, or expected:New, more efficient heating equipment will lower your energy bills, and the installment payments are calculated so that they can be offset by the anticipated energy savings.
looked forward to:The hotly anticipated sequel is set to be released on November 14.
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OTHER WORDS FROM anticipated

un·an·tic·i·pat·ed, adjectivewell-an·tic·i·pat·ed, adjective
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