anticipatable
adjective see anticipate

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • anticipable — adjective Capable of being anticipated. Syn: anticipatable …   Wiktionary

  • foreseeable — fore·see·able /fōr sē ə bəl/ adj: such as reasonably can or should be anticipated: such that a person of ordinary prudence would expect to occur or exist under the circumstances a foreseeable risk the foreseeable expenses a foreseeable plaintiff… …   Law dictionary

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