Definition of "anticipatory"
  1. Refers to something done ahead of time to prevent a future action or event
How to use "anticipatory" in a sentence
  1. The company made anticipatory layoffs in the face of the predicted economic downturn.
  2. In the contract, the supplier included an anticipatory clause to protect against potential delays.
  3. The anticipatory measures taken by the city helped protect residents when the storm hit.

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