Anticipation: n. predicting a subset(s) and frequently sensing impatience and/or eagerness if it is a good subset(s) and/or (sensing anxiety and/or fear if it is a bad subset(s))
We have all been anxious, fearful, impatient, or eager waiting for something to exist which we predict will exist.
If it is an anticipated good event(s) then we may sense impatience and/or eagerness and sometimes hope that it will exist sooner.
On the other hand we may feel anxious and/or fearful if it is a bad event(s) which we are anticipating and may even be hoping that it won’t exist.
Finally we may feel anxious, fearful, impatient, and eager if we anticipate both a good and bad event(s) to exist.
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