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Pronunciation:

[ɛkspɪktˈe͡ɪʃənz], [ɛkspɪktˈe‍ɪʃənz], [ɛ_k_s_p_ɪ_k_t_ˈeɪ_ʃ_ə_n_z]
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Synonyms for Expectations:

desires (noun) expectations (noun) intentions (noun) plans (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Expectations:

  1. stations, nations;
  2. sensations, frustrations, mutations, relations, ovations, rotations, gyrations, citations, donations, durations, notations, vocations, privations, quotations, temptations, dalmatians, locations, vibrations, creations, translations, formations;
  3. destinations, compensations, condemnations, alterations, publications, restorations, complications, computations, celebrations, allegations, exclamations, fabrications, inclinations, preparations, emanations, presentations, duplications, occupations, applications, degradations, medications, resignations, graduations, consecrations, affirmations, irritations, declarations, terminations, invitations, congregations, deprivations, connotations, expirations, variations, explorations, correlations, desecrations, violations, combinations, cancellations, adaptations, calculations, observations, corporations, recitations, confirmations, meditations, appalachians, federations, reputations, decorations, imitations, transformations, revelations, ministrations, circulations, speculations, appellations, indications, fluctuations, stipulations, allocations, implications, designations, proclamations, conjugations, limitations, generations, concentrations, explanations, valuations, conversations, incarnations, accusations, confrontations, demonstrations, operations, litigations, separations, illustrations, situations, aspirations, simulations, reservations, formulations, deviations, delegations, amputations, consultations, altercations, aberrations, inspirations, elevations, motivations, obligations, oscillations, estimations, machinations, populations;
  4. discolorations, magnifications, representations, manifestations, insinuations, exaggerations, incorporations, examinations, anticipations, denunciations, communications, miscalculations, consolidations, interpretations, organizations, modifications, appropriations, accreditations, mobilizations, expropriations, evaluations, evacuations, associations, negotiations, improvisations, commemorations, determinations, preoccupations, considerations, inaugurations, deliberations, humiliations, interrogations, qualifications, denominations, classifications, congratulations, solicitations, imaginations, accumulations, approximations, justifications, certifications, affiliations, reverberations, configurations, originations, recommendations, pronunciations, investigations, authorizations, accommodations;
  5. misrepresentations, identifications, characterizations;

Quotes for Expectations:

  1. Don't show off every day, or you'll stop surprising people. There must always be some novelty left over. The person who displays a little more of it each day keeps up expectations and no one ever discovers the limits of his talent. Baltasar Gracian.
  2. Simplicity is not the goal. It is the by -product of a good idea and modest expectations Paul Rand.
  3. Keep high aspirations, moderate expectations and small needs. William Howard Stein.

Idioms of Expectations:

  1. come up to sm's expectations
  2. come up to expectations

Adjectives for Expectations:

  • somehow dreadful,
  • quite unrealistic,
  • parental and societal,
  • mysterious but grand,
  • higher nuptial,
  • italian vintage,
  • tense and morbid,
  • silent, blissful,
  • astronomically erudite,
  • unmet political,
  • breathlessly idealistic,
  • tense, solemn,
  • incredibly unrealistic,
  • unsubstantiated sunny,
  • deplorably conventional,
  • simple-minded and deplorably conventional,
  • perhaps unrealistic,
  • fundamentally improper,
  • long-held parental,
  • agreeable financial,
  • simple, triumphant,
  • confident and impatient,
  • anxious and mute,
  • groundless and gross,
  • exciting pleasing,
  • sanguine and imprudent,
  • ridiculous and most enthusiastic,
  • constant and fruitless,
  • involuntary but irrational,
  • desirable disappointing,
  • frequent, gleeful,
  • actually joyous,
  • gratifying various,
  • meaningful and realistic,
  • highest reasonable,
  • implicit literate,
  • incessant, feverish,
  • judiciously exciting,
  • now sanguine,
  • fondest and most sanguine,
  • doubtful and wild,
  • modestly confident,
  • sensual, carnal,
  • open, uninhibited,
  • solemn, ceremonial,
  • subtle, social,
  • away mundane,
  • indefinite but vast,
  • grossly carnal,
  • wildly sanguine,
  • romantic and visionary,
  • high and fond,
  • eager, ferocious,
  • sure and immediate,
  • passive, motionless,
  • eager and delightful,
  • far fruitless,
  • high-technological,
  • strange, aimless,
  • familial and social,
  • anxious and silent,
  • eager and hungry,
  • anxious and appealing,
  • anxious and breathless,
  • higher or different,
  • jewish apocalyptic,
  • certain and familiar,
  • smallest good,
  • such long-term,
  • relatively unchanging,
  • dim and weary,
  • overly high,
  • rather unrealistic,
  • sheer sensual,
  • simple joyous,
  • rather sanguine,
  • certain tense,
  • great and reasonable,
  • now actual,
  • further useless,
  • less unreasonable,
  • high, happy,
  • own inflated,
  • sad and happy,
  • nervous, impatient,
  • equally slender,
  • rather disproportionate,
  • vague and fanciful,
  • great and romantic,
  • past normal,
  • lower economic,
  • reasonable and rational,
  • somewhat cavalier,
  • now eager,
  • mere high,
  • grave and reverent,
  • rather unreasonable,
  • strict mathematical,
  • same shallow,
  • almost irrational,
  • entirely unpleasant,
  • racial and social,
  • again fresh,
  • narrow personal,
  • biological and social,
  • dreary, dreary,
  • quite moderate,
  • same breathless,
  • gay and splendid,
  • more feverish,
  • dangerously high,
  • own rigid,
  • own extravagant,
  • human cultural,
  • long interval,
  • on-the-job,
  • current scientific,
  • own cheerful,
  • already high,
  • comparatively moderate,
  • many extravagant,
  • popular local,
  • vain and empty,
  • certain terrible,
  • such frail,
  • own lofty,
  • quite special,
  • pumped-up,
  • social and cultural,
  • such comfortable,
  • own low,
  • same grave,
  • fewest possible,
  • such pleasing,
  • long, sweet,
  • certain well-defined,
  • syntactic,
  • less romantic,
  • last general,
  • normative,
  • natural and proper,
  • deterministic,
  • general human,
  • nonverbal,
  • same happy,
  • equally delusional,
  • tense, sickening,
  • warm and erroneous,
  • remorselessly rigid,
  • romantic or enthusiastic,
  • indescribable and fierce,
  • eager and poignant,
  • hopeless, hushed,
  • moderate and well-founded,
  • fantastical and material,
  • long and so intense,
  • however european,
  • content and pleasant,
  • immoderate unlawful,
  • disappointing legitimate,
  • humble and prudent,
  • vague but praiseworthy,
  • hot messianic,
  • honest and sanguine,
  • sure and fortunate,
  • solemn and apparently well-founded,
  • ardent and peremptory,
  • excess, wasteful and ridiculous,
  • actuarial average,
  • temporally undefined,
  • erroneous single,
  • illusory single,
  • pleasurable military,
  • anxious distressing,
  • evidently reasonable,
  • inexpressible sweet,
  • material eschatological,
  • sensuous eschatological,
  • uneasy, irritable,
  • gorgeous and vague,
  • gracious, ineffable,
  • hazy but optimistic,
  • depressed democratic,
  • wise politic,
  • original vain,
  • languid, dead-eyed,
  • silent but delightful,
  • faint, unfounded,
  • breathless but confident,
  • peculiar and reverent,
  • airy and yet ardent,
  • average statistical,
  • awful and quiet,
  • consequent sanguine,
  • widespread and passionate,
  • irrepressible and joyous,
  • unwarranted and perfectly gratuitous,
  • exciting messianic,
  • momentary and nervous,
  • smallest or briefest,
  • vivid and even tremulous,
  • large but somewhat tremulous,
  • intense and devout,
  • alluring and satisfying,
  • deal and happy,
  • misty and joyful,
  • seemingly well-founded,
  • anxious joyful,
  • subconscious romantic,
  • hitherto fallacious,
  • mythological and speculative,
  • purely mythological and speculative,
  • feverish, intolerable,
  • anxious and almost pathetic,
  • tense, desirous,
  • disappointing reasonable,
  • natural and just public,
  • buoyant and often extravagant,
  • exciting fallacious,
  • equal previous,
  • satisfying feverish,
  • enthusiastic or grudging,
  • tremulous, foolish,
  • urgent, public,
  • sure, false,
  • exciting confident,
  • red unblinking,
  • intense and cynical,
  • unsettled collateral,
  • present, dim,
  • mute, frantic,
  • brightest and most sanguine,
  • present and joyful,
  • tremulous but confident,
  • soft unhurried,
  • frank and naked,
  • disappointing dishonest,
  • anxious, tumultuous,
  • timorous and hopeless,
  • least, confident,
  • quiet or sullen,
  • anxious and blissful,
  • fresh and insatiable,
  • undefined and contradictory,
  • abiding and fervent,
  • foolish or visionary,
  • altogether sensual,
  • solemn, uneasy,
  • sure and natural,
  • unpleasant, anxious,
  • anxious but fruitless,
  • extravagant and wild,
  • eschatologlcal,
  • whole eschatological,
  • general and confident,
  • ther late,
  • constant, tremulous,
  • justifiable professional,
  • false or impossible,
  • long unfulfilled,
  • involuntary and unaccountable,
  • heavy and almost intolerable,
  • secret and anxious,
  • mere hopeful,
  • eager, alert,
  • tedious and almost hopeless,
  • sad painful,
  • mild, ecstatic,
  • late sanguine,
  • just parental,
  • idle and fallacious,
  • enthusiastic humanitarian,
  • solemn and sober,
  • general and ardent,
  • sweet and glad,
  • severe and mighty,
  • hushed and eager,
  • vague, awful,
  • great and extravagant,
  • strangest and highest,
  • jewish eschatological,
  • general but vague,
  • vague and anxious,
  • painfully overwrought,
  • fair and probable,
  • pious and sanctified,
  • sanguine and confident,
  • foolishly high,
  • ritual and social,
  • weary past,
  • warm and sanguine,
  • usual hopeful,
  • partisan and personal,
  • hushed and anxious,
  • silent and breathless,
  • keen and pleasurable,
  • youthful and sanguine,
  • least sanguine,
  • gloomy and impatient,
  • quiet but tense,
  • joyous and eager,
  • joyful, hopeful,
  • such unrealistic,
  • thy tedious,
  • strangely poignant,
  • hopeful and eager,
  • mere pleasurable,
  • wasteful and ridiculous,
  • equally breathless,
  • jewish messianic,
  • eager and intense,
  • impatient and restless,
  • fearful and anxious,
  • good reasonable,
  • mute and solemn,
  • mighty common,
  • often extravagant,
  • eager and sanguine,
  • lofty and daring,
  • such overwrought,
  • reasonable social,
  • high and ardent,
  • old messianic,
  • soft, delightful,
  • own pleasurable,
  • real, sincere,
  • now exalted,
  • vain and extravagant,
  • dull thy,
  • fewer false,
  • confident british,
  • apparently anxious,
  • nobly simple,
  • quixotical,
  • silent and curious,
  • real or possible,
  • exciting undue,
  • general, human,
  • terrible tragic,
  • much joyful,
  • calm, triumphant,
  • universal and natural,
  • constant and eager,
  • such lean,
  • anxious and weary,
  • fancy public,
  • many insolent,
  • other indefinite,
  • silent, awkward,
  • previous low,
  • own wildest,
  • eager and confident,
  • apparently well-founded,
  • intense and anxious,
  • fairly confident,
  • much pleasurable,
  • anxious, nervous,
  • such wearisome,
  • silent, intense,
  • now excellent,
  • otherwise reasonable,
  • quite unfounded,
  • happy and confident,
  • wild and feverish,
  • however high,
  • bold and ardent,
  • little mercenary,
  • somewhat visionary,
  • large and vague,
  • foolish and cruel,
  • eager, joyous,
  • more breathless,
  • just public,
  • own erroneous,
  • long and vain,
  • own visionary,
  • strong and confident,
  • vain such,
  • same thrilling,
  • reasonable and intelligent,
  • least previous,
  • such vigilant,
  • certain eager,
  • least natural,
  • exciting public,
  • reasonable and natural,
  • own confident,
  • bright, animated,
  • strange vague,
  • many turbulent,
  • distinct and vivid,
  • anxious, eager,
  • somewhat tremulous,
  • such impatient,
  • common jewish,
  • perfectly gratuitous,
  • natural and primitive,
  • strange and absurd,
  • almost momentary,
  • purely mythological,
  • mute but eloquent,
  • anxious and affectionate,
  • certain feverish,
  • usual brief,
  • certain pleasurable,
  • almost sickening,
  • long and ardent,
  • vast personal,
  • grave and anxious,
  • once general,
  • high and excellent,
  • certain agreeable,
  • calm and confident,
  • fairly general,
  • less anxious,
  • same frantic,
  • beautiful, brilliant,
  • eager, restless,
  • such precarious,
  • own dire,
  • perfectly familiar,
  • local,
  • vague, undefined,
  • always certain,
  • eternal human,
  • long and constant,
  • jewish national,
  • other rational,
  • own ridiculous,
  • british commercial,
  • many generous,
  • moderate and reasonable,
  • considerable public,
  • new and awful,
  • more vague,
  • same weary,
  • least good,
  • such radiant,
  • less vague,
  • newer and better,
  • many gay,
  • rather extravagant,
  • vague and general,
  • highly probable,
  • such joyous,
  • same dismal,
  • dead-eyed,
  • own extraordinary,
  • long protracted,
  • almost frenzied,
  • certain pleasant,
  • epidemical,
  • fair and reasonable,
  • many agreeable,
  • such broad,
  • truly feminine,
  • such calm,
  • unfixed,
  • mere passive,
  • paradisiacal,
  • fairly certain,
  • even-tempered,
  • own limited,
  • content,
  • almost pathetic,
  • unreflective,
  • unscriptural,
  • such vague,
  • more anxious,
  • certain grim,
  • little actual,
  • great and general,
  • wide and deep,
  • more extravagant,
  • clear and distinct,
  • perfectly reasonable,
  • such idle,
  • own foolish,
  • many natural,
  • such extravagant,
  • more probable,
  • well-understood,
  • almost intolerable,
  • last and greatest,
  • high and noble,
  • prejudicial,
  • perfectly legitimate,
  • delusional,
  • great popular,
  • grimmest,
  • rather odd,
  • heartening,
  • utopian,
  • own high,
  • more hopeful,
  • more cruel,
  • such fearful,
  • such mighty,
  • such cruel,
  • other interesting,
  • more spiritual,
  • british and french,
  • more reasonable,
  • uncomplaining,
  • vaguest,
  • outlandish or even lethal,
  • reasonable or congenial,
  • blissful and exalted,
  • purely blissful and exalted,
  • purely blissful,
  • quite natural and justifiable,
  • ecclesiastical, such,
  • long and impatient,
  • scientific, little,
  • confident and presumptuous,
  • exciting false,
  • noble and well-founded,
  • ordinary messianic,
  • current messianic,
  • vain improbable,
  • passive idle,
  • natural but incompatible,
  • anxious but solemn,
  • exciting fruitless,
  • pure messianic,
  • one-sided spiritual,
  • vague and unbounded,
  • untried and strange,
  • nervous and indistinct,
  • choral, great,
  • unrealistically high,
  • exciting inordinate,
  • sweet and fond,
  • literal and temporal,
  • eerie, disturbing,
  • practical and sordid,
  • eager theatrical,
  • miraculous or magical,
  • reasonable or probable,
  • judicious and moderate,
  • continual vague,
  • proportionately strong,
  • much restless,
  • direct explicit,
  • moral or financial,
  • sincere and virtuous,
  • sudden, impatient,
  • perhaps extravagant,
  • young, great,
  • intense and breathless,
  • normal and reasonable,
  • perfectly apparent,
  • eager and impassioned,
  • correspondingly strong,
  • almost unreasonable,
  • intense, painful,
  • nearly breathless,
  • later popular,
  • sober and rational,
  • long and eager,
  • mutually incompatible,
  • certain awful,
  • keen, bright,
  • somewhat uneasy,
  • general and vague,
  • such presumptuous,
  • scarcely conscious,
  • such confident,
  • natural and normal,
  • vain and idle,
  • other cognate,
  • long and fruitless,
  • impossibly high,
  • own highest,
  • other reasonable,
  • more confident,
  • many glorious,
  • deep and solemn,
  • worst-case,
  • quite natural,
  • less intelligent,
  • unstated,
  • rather vague,
  • such practical,
  • such painful,
  • almost unlimited,
  • unanswered,
  • such low,
  • hormonal,
  • such magnificent,
  • such vast,
  • more ambitious,
  • such general,
  • cognate,
  • disproportionate,
  • dreamlike,
  • such large,
  • frivolous and impatient,
  • impatient and hysterical,
  • evident and reasonable,
  • absurd or extravagant,
  • joyous grateful,
  • continually disappointing,
  • proportionally strong,
  • rousing false,
  • vague and pleasurable,
  • anxious but confident,
  • silent, patriotic,
  • own hygienic,
  • lower local,
  • equal theoretical,
  • many sanguine,
  • quiet but awful,
  • doubtful and distant,
  • protracted and fruitless,
  • popular messianic,
  • silent breathless,
  • reasonable public,
  • rational and moderate,
  • hushed, tense,
  • tense, fierce,
  • anxious and fearful,
  • sudden, great,
  • late high,
  • exciting much,
  • hot, sultry,
  • less sanguine,
  • long and dreadful,
  • same anxious,
  • ungratified,
  • somewhat anxious,
  • hitherto silent,
  • more sure,
  • such reasonable,
  • such golden,
  • unconfirmed,
  • such keen,
  • little apparent,
  • true and false,
  • more eager,
  • sure and certain,
  • such lofty,
  • less definite,
  • such absurd,
  • heroical,
  • such brilliant,
  • extortionate,
  • such pleasant,
  • almost painful,
  • more specific,
  • preconceived,
  • more intense,
  • almost certain,
  • prayerful,
  • more pleasant,
  • quizzical,
  • unsatisfied,
  • overwrought,
  • receptive,
  • still higher,
  • immoderate,
  • unjustifiable,
  • frustrating,
  • hygienic,
  • rueful,
  • always sanguine,
  • once daring,
  • vague but rather splendid,
  • joyful but anxious,
  • drowsy sensuous,
  • breathless and fearful,
  • natural and pious,
  • further, great,
  • wild and irrational,
  • ardent and sanguine,
  • rich and exotic,
  • long and breathless,
  • same sanguine,
  • almost joyous,
  • certain boyish,
  • same glad,
  • such promising,
  • rather splendid,
  • deep and silent,
  • high social,
  • ill-founded,
  • desirous,
  • such full,
  • almost hopeless,
  • more romantic,
  • such long,
  • occupational,
  • chimerical,
  • avid,
  • implicit,
  • materialistic,
  • deep-seated,
  • exhilarating,
  • always deluded,
  • oxford general,
  • initial negative,
  • mad, quixotic,
  • eternal and hopeless,
  • deep and certain,
  • strange incredible,
  • long national,
  • vain and presumptuous,
  • less justifiable,
  • quiet happy,
  • more indefinite,
  • mere numerical,
  • fairly low,
  • such unreasonable,
  • self-involved,
  • such vain,
  • almost palpable,
  • wise and prudent,
  • unjustified,
  • incompatible,
  • literate,
  • reverential,
  • unwarrantable,
  • unquiet,
  • almost universal,
  • unfavorable,
  • ever-growing,
  • apprehensive,
  • long-standing,
  • monetary,
  • numerical,
  • sleepless,
  • curiously paranoid,
  • vague but fearful,
  • somewhat sanguine,
  • worthy or unworthy,
  • own sanguine,
  • eager and impatient,
  • certain fearful,
  • certain dreadful,
  • such fond,
  • tural,
  • such exalted,
  • certain vague,
  • unrealized,
  • long and weary,
  • such evident,
  • long-cherished,
  • societal,
  • little real,
  • public and private,
  • idyllic,
  • rapt,
  • coy,
  • misleading,
  • fevered,
  • paranoid,
  • pecuniary,
  • unreal,
  • almost confident,
  • generous and worthy,
  • also general,
  • more sanguine,
  • such eager,
  • actuarial,
  • almost unbearable,
  • groundless,
  • millennial,
  • quixotic,
  • fallacious,
  • gleeful,
  • tacit,
  • deluded,
  • unbounded,
  • unbearable,
  • sardonic,
  • wistful,
  • deceitful,
  • such impossible,
  • unabated,
  • familial,
  • exorbitant,
  • idealistic,
  • proudest,
  • carnal,
  • complacent,
  • agonizing,
  • much greater,
  • such splendid,
  • deal more,
  • grandest,
  • uncertain vast,
  • such cheerful,
  • inflationary,
  • liveliest,
  • keenest,
  • vast, undefined,
  • such sanguine,
  • high-strung,
  • apocalyptic,
  • coldest,
  • illusory,
  • preposterous,
  • wary,
  • unwarranted,
  • thankful,
  • festive,
  • imminent,
  • tranquil,
  • devout,
  • long and anxious,
  • unfounded,
  • open-mouthed,
  • ecstatic,
  • realistic,
  • boundless,
  • contrary,
  • disappointing,
  • blissful,
  • matrimonial,
  • such inordinate,
  • undefined,
  • presumptuous,
  • visionary,
  • weighty,
  • placid,
  • interested,
  • such immediate,
  • motionless,
  • cultural,
  • statistical,
  • buoyant,
  • parental,
  • languid,
  • widespread,
  • almost breathless,
  • eschatological,
  • justifiable,
  • speechless,
  • brightest,
  • legal public,
  • pessimistic,
  • attentive,
  • boldest,
  • inflated,
  • timid,
  • exciting,
  • reverent,
  • fullest,
  • hospitable,
  • passive,
  • uncertain,
  • prevalent,
  • tedious,
  • remotest,
  • indefinable,
  • exalted,
  • faintest,
  • protracted,
  • instinctive,
  • legitimate,
  • unfulfilled,
  • undue,
  • doubtful,
  • greedy,
  • restless,
  • optimistic,
  • jewish,
  • vivid,
  • well-founded,
  • such high,
  • inordinate,
  • passionate,
  • absurd,
  • tremulous,
  • triumphant,
  • lofty,
  • definite,
  • indefinite,
  • such great,
  • smallest,
  • hushed,
  • moderate,
  • messianic,
  • hopeless,
  • fruitless,
  • mute,
  • rational,
  • romantic,
  • glad,
  • uneasy,
  • flattering,
  • unrealistic,
  • considerable,
  • solemn,
  • pleasurable,
  • worst,
  • painful,
  • fond,
  • ardent,
  • hopeful,
  • calm,
  • immediate,
  • keen,
  • nervous,
  • awful,
  • pleasing,
  • dreadful,
  • universal,
  • brilliant,
  • fondest,
  • popular,
  • feverish,
  • joyous,
  • evident,
  • continual,
  • impatient,
  • natural,
  • slightest,
  • utmost,
  • happy,
  • unreasonable,
  • tense,
  • joyful,
  • intense,
  • fearful,
  • extravagant,
  • false,
  • silent,
  • vague,
  • wildest,
  • vain,
  • constant,
  • public,
  • highest,
  • breathless,
  • full,
  • momentary,
  • general,
  • confident,
  • high,
  • reasonable,
  • eager,
  • anxious,
  • sanguine.
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