Etymology
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anticipatory (adj.)

"involving anticipation," 1660s, from anticipate + -ory.

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socialization (n.)

1839, in reference to personal associations; 1884 in reference to socialism; noun of action from socialize.

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socialisation (n.)

chiefly British English spelling of socialization; for spelling, see -ize.

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desocialization (n.)

"act of rendering unsocial," by 1883; see de- + socialization. Related: Desocialize; desocialized (1883).

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expectancy (n.)

"act or state of expecting; anticipatory belief or desire," 1590s, from Medieval Latin expectantia, from Latin expectans/exspectans (present participle of expectare/exspectare "await, desire, hope;" see expect) + -ancy. Related: Expectance.

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