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1. She waited in eager anticipation for Robert to arrive.
2. There is growing anticipation that the prime minister will have to resign.
3. We look forward to your lecture with eager anticipation.
4. A pleasure is sometimes greatest in anticipation.
5. A tennis player shows good anticipation by moving quickly into position.
6. There's been an atmosphere of anticipation around here for a few days now.
7. The dog drooled in anticipation of his dinner.
8. Meg was in a state of fevered anticipation.
9. Scottish rugby fans are licking their lips in anticipation.
10. He was in a lather of anticipation.
11. He smiled in anticipation of her imminent arrival.
12. He bought extra food in anticipation of more people coming than he'd invited.
13. The animals grew restless as if in anticipation of an earthquake.
14. People bought in stocks of tinned goods in anticipation of a famine year.
15. An atmosphere of anticipation vibrated through the crowd.
16. We waited in tremulous anticipation.
17. She tried to suppress a shiver of anticipation.
18. We've chartered the aircraft in the hopeful anticipation that the government will allow them to leave.
19. People are buying extra groceries in anticipation of heavy snowstorms.
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20. The workers have called off their strike in anticipation of a pay offer.
21. Westminster was buzzing with anticipation today as MPs gathered for tonight's crucial vote.
22. They licked their lips in anticipation.
23. Her eyes grew wide in anticipation.
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25. The courtroom was filled with anticipation.
26. Taylor was excited and full of anticipation at the prospect of the trip.
27. Her eyes flickered nervously in anticipation.
28. Investors were storing up a lot of cash in anticipation of disaster.
29. The postponement of the film's sequel has held cinema-goers in eager anticipation for several months.
30. As with most pleasures, it's not so much the experience itself as the anticipation that is enjoyable.
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