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EXPECTANT. Having relation to, or depending upon something; this word is frequently used in connexion with fee, as fee expectant.

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If we are hardwired to expect authority figures to help, then we can't keep watching and waiting expectantly.
The distinctive venue on Temple Street in Birmingham city centre has certainly caught the eye of a few passers-by - expectantly waiting to find out what lies behind the regal facade of period tiles and brass lighting.
Hovering expectantly nearby, the residents of Vasant Kunj slum in South Delhi, one of the city's largest and poorest, stand waiting for a government water tanker to arrive, CNN reports.
"But I also realise that I need to keep my focus and look expectantly to the next round where the opponent will not exactly be at the same level as this one.
WE wait expectantly for a decision on the M4 Newport bypass.
At 6.17pm a momentary hush fell upon the crowd as the candidates were called to the front of the association building, and then they surged towards the ribboned barrier to wait expectantly for the results.
The school welcomed a huge crowd of parents who arrived expectantly to watch and congratulate their child's charming graduation.
The intercity railway is designed to begin construction at the end of 2015 and will be finished in 2019, expectantly to match with the new airport.
Khaleeq-ur-Rahman, Vice Chancellor GCU said that it was the fourth US patent of GCU which is expectantly going to be a breakthrough development for crime scene investigation.
As King Amar expectantly awaits the arrival of his newest hatchlings, he watches with horror as all but two are taken by a bird.
Further, induction at 37, 38, and 39 weeks of gestation increased the risk of a failed trial of labor after cesarean section (TOLAC) in the 1,626 women in the retrospective multicenter study who were induced, compared with 4,407 who were managed expectantly (odds ratios, 1.53, 1.74, and 2.16, respectively).
A total of 100 patients were selected by non-probability convenient sampling technique, 50 were managed actively and 50 cases were managed expectantly. Primigravida patients admitted in labour room for normal vaginal delivery with full term singleton cephalic pregnancy with spontaneous onset of labour and having no medical disorder were included after formal consent.