Origin of expectant
Examples from the Web for unexpectant
While the other girls were clamoring for mail, Harriet stood in the background silent and unexpectant.Just Patty|Jean Webster
The colleague was there, lying drowsy from the prior nights potations, but not unexpectant of the return of his friend.The Court of Cacus|Alexander Leighton
Every other virtue poses; none is absolutely unconscious and simple, and unexpectant of decoration or recognition, like this.
Rhodes then fell like an avalanche upon the unexpectant and now thoroughly disorganized divisions of the retreating enemy.History of Kershaw's Brigade|D. Augustus Dickert
I started the trip to see the real French Army in the most open but unexpectant frame of mind.
British Dictionary definitions for unexpectant
Word Origin and History for unexpectant
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.