Expecting [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Expecting:

I was four hours under these circumstances, expecting, and indeed wishing, every moment to be my last.

I was expecting this suggestion to be carried out; but they did nothing of the kind.

The gentleman pauses and smiles with his head inclined, evidently expecting to be addressed in French.

The company, expecting a scene, rose en masse to their feet, while those in the inner room crowded to the front.

There was no sign of the red roadster behind them, but, for all that, they were expecting trouble on account of the smoke-signals.

And the boy waited with the new broom in his hand, expecting every moment to see the door opened from the outside.

Dangerfield must have been expecting something to go crossways in Phœnix and had some of his misguided friends watching McKibben.

You see, the smugglers weren't expecting trouble, and Burke took them by surprise.

Of course you have been expecting to hear that I am engaged to Mr. Gwynne, but I only really made up my mind to-day.

Here he stayed a fortnight, expecting daily to see from his “chambers” the gaiety of a Bohemia of which he had so often heard.