Ex*pect"a*ble(?), a. [L. expectabilis.] That may be expected or looked for. Sir T. Browne.
Ex*pect"an*cy(?), } n. 1. The act of expecting; expectation. Milton.
2. That which is expected, or looked or waited for with interest; the object of expectation or hope.
The expectancy and rose of the fair state.Shak.
Estate in expectancy
(Law), one the possession of which a person is entitled to have at some future time, either as a remainder or reversion, or on the death of some one.
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