What is another word for anticipates?

Pronunciation: [antˈɪsɪpˌe͡ɪts] (IPA)

When it comes to expressing expectations, the word anticipates can be used in various ways. However, to add diversity to one's writing and avoid repetition, it's good to have a list of synonyms for anticipates. Some of the words that can be used as alternatives include foresees, expects, envisions, imagines, speculates, predicts, presumes, assumes, envisages, and forecasts. These words can be used interchangeably to accurately communicate one's ideas and convey their intended meaning. Using these synonyms can provide a richer and more diverse language to make writing more interesting and keep readers engaged.

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Usage examples for Anticipates

She obtains the desired knowledge, reveals it, and joyfully anticipates the result.
"A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)"
Mrs. Sutherland Orr
He anticipates my every wish.
"The Literary Sense"
E. Nesbit
Seneca, his experience of the tyranny, 7, 8; sad close of his life, 9; knowledge of character, how acquired, 9; conception of the state of nature, and pessimism of, 10, 11, 14, 304, 313; ghastly picture of high society, 11; of slavery, 12, 329; his terrors, 13; attitude to philosophic revolutionaries, 15; conception of imperial power, 16; ideal of female character and capacity, 188; anticipates the movement of the Antonine age, 190; as a spiritual director, 294; his undoubted power, 295; his experience prepared him for the work, 296 sqq.
"Roman Society from Nero to Marcus Aurelius"
Samuel Dill

Famous quotes with Anticipates

  • We say that a girl with her doll anticipates the mother. It is more true, perhaps, that most mothers are still but children with playthings.
    F. H. Bradley
  • Sometimes they are a matter of luck; the photographer could not expect or hope for them. Sometimes they are a matter of patience, waiting for an effect to be repeated that he has seen and lost or for one that he anticipates.
    Bill Brandt
  • One likes to think that one anticipates changes in the spaces we inhabit, and our ideas about space.
    Jasper Johns
  • The musical emotion springs precisely from the fact that at each moment the composer withholds or adds more or less than the listener anticipates on the basis of a pattern that he thinks he can guess, but that he is incapable of wholly divining. If the composer withholds more than we anticipate, we experience a delicious falling sensation; we feel we have been torn from a stable point on the musical ladder and thrust into the void. When the composer withholds less, the opposite occurs: he forces us to perform gymnastic exercises more skillful than our own.
    Claude Lévi-Strauss
  • The most important document at Ugarit for both Biblical and Homeric studies is the Epic of Kret. It anticipates the Helen-of-Troy motif in the Iliad and Genesis, thus bridging the gap between the two literatures.
    Cyrus H. Gordon

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