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Spell check of anticipate

Correct spelling: anticipate

Synonyms:
name, shout out, imagine, foreknow, yell, shout, foretell, design, premeditate, gather, inhabit, fear, continue, plan, forefeel, prevent, abide, believe, cry, forestall, forebode, holler, require, presuppose, intuit, ask, endure, invent, search, bear, gestate, wish, forerun, forewarn, foresight, await, forecast, confront, counter, want, prognosticate, blueprint, sojourn, yearn, presage, figure on, propose, bide, remain, contrive, call, plot, predict, antedate, phone, intend, neglect, bode, reside, suppose, hope, conceive, contemplate, reckon on, predate, apprehend, announce, preclude, expect, dread, betoken, head off, foresee, hold back, surprise, tarry, divine, envision, stay, call up, chart, tolerate, foreclose, pioneer, delay, call off, precede, lodge, foreshadow, bid, wait, address, look to, aim, carry, promise, wait for, watch, hollo, prophesy, see, aspire, surmise, assume, assure, scream, harbinger, annunciate, dwell, auspicate, call in, scheme, trust, arrange, portend, conjecture, depend on, telephone, stop, rest, look for, augur, introduce, presume, antecede, intercept, omen, look, herald, count on, block, desire, coordinate, prevision, previse, squall, infer, bargain for, prefigure, live, deduce, have a bun in the oven, ring, send for, visit, seek, envisage, rely, forbid, suspect, lead.

Antonyms:
doubt, move, forfend, depart, migrate, abandon, journey, avoid, reject, shun, question, proceed, forfeit, resist.

Examples of usage:

1) I had been foolish enough to anticipate the future. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

2) But you do not anticipate danger? - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.

3) He perceived that she stooped to pick up the apple, but did not anticipate her. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

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