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Meanings and phrases
- expected hopefully; awaited; hoped-for
- It was highly anticipated and got great reviews.
- It contains both teams and individual events and is highly anticipated.
- The group's highly anticipated second album will be released on late 2014.
- as one of the most anticipated TV series of 2012.
- The concert tour was one of the most anticipated tours of the year.
- As such, the album was, perhaps, the most anticipated of her career.
- His role is much anticipated in the next book.
- Astralis defeated the world's number three in Team Liquid in a much anticipated semifinals.
- West Virginia responded with two fourth quarter touchdowns to win this much anticipated season opener, 42–31.
- The high level of passenger traffic, however, was not anticipated.
- Elizabeth had foreseen her father's anger but had not anticipated her brothers' rejection.
- Churchill argued that rescue aircraft were not anticipated by the treaty, and were not covered.