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anticipative full of anticipation; awaiting or expectant.
anticipatory of, feeling, or expressing anticipation.
anticity combined form of city.
anticlassical combined form of classical.
anticlerical opposed to the influence of the clergy or church in public affairs, esp. politics.
anticlimactic of, pertaining to, or being in the nature of an anticlimax.
anticlimax a disappointingly weak or ordinary conclusion or event, following events or statements that build expectations for something powerful or moving. [3 definitions]
anticline a formation of rock layers characterized by two downward slopes going in opposite directions from a central crest. (Cf. syncline.)
anticling combined form of cling.
anticlotting combined form of clotting.
anticoagulant that prevents thickening and solidifying, esp. of blood; inhibiting coagulation. [2 definitions]
anticoagulation the process of hindering the clotting of blood.
anticold combined form of cold.
anticollision combined form of collision.
anticolonial combined form of colonial.
anticolonialism combined form of colonialism.
anticolonialist combined form of colonialist.
anticommercial combined form of commercial.
anticommercialism combined form of commercialism.
anticommunism combined form of communism.
anticommunist combined form of communist.