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Reese is always so careless, and then expects other people to mend her mistakes.
Crimsworth intimated to me that they were bringing the gig round to the door, and that in five minutes he should expect me to be ready to go down with him to X .
Ninety pounds a year are good wages, and I expect to have the full value of my money out of you; remember, too, that things are on a practical footing in my establishment--business-like habits, feelings, and ideas, suit me best.
I suppose you mean that I am to do my work for my wages; not to expect favour from you, and not to depend on you for any help but what I earn; that suits me exactly, and on these terms I will consent to be your clerk.
Gardiner added in his letter, that they might expect to see their father at home on the following day, which was Saturday.
You will have much pleasure in being in London, and especially in being together; and if Elinor would ever condescend to anticipate enjoyment, she would foresee it there from a variety of sources; she would, perhaps, expect some from improving her acquaintance with her sister-in-law's family.
And you, sir, because you have shown me something of the same affection which in my wildest dreams of home I had no right to expect.
I would be as tolerant of and as liberal to a rival as I should expect him to be to me.
I did not expect to see you in England quite so soon, Captain Francis," Trent said.
I did not expect," Francis answered, "ever to be in England again.
The worst that a prince may expect from a hostile people is to be abandoned by them; but from hostile nobles he has not only to fear abandonment, but also that they will rise against him; for they, being in these affairs more far- seeing and astute, always come forward in time to save themselves, and to obtain favours from him whom they expect to prevail.
It is disheartening, for one naturally expects to find anything we seek a few minutes after starting out to seek it, and I confess that I expected to find my golden mistress within a very few hours of leaving home.
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- expect (someone or something) for (something)
- expect (something) from (someone or something)
- expect approach clearance at
- Expect Approach Clearance Not Later Than
- expect at or
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- Expect Departure Release at ...
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- Expect Further Routing
- expect her for
- Expect Higher Altitude
- expect him for
- expect it for
- Expect Lower Altitude
- expect me for
- expect one for
- Expect the Extraordinary