Definition of expectedly in English:

expectedly

adverb

  • See expect

    • ‘She is now working for a doctorate, and expectedly, the topic relates to children and young people, their moral judgment in relation to self-concept, self-esteem, and moral values.’
    • ‘The law is expectedly causing much controversy in many countries.’
    • ‘This is exactly the idea I presented before them, and expectedly, they became very excited.’
    • ‘Has this particular realm of journalism lived up to your youthful - and expectedly utopian - expectations?’
    • ‘Wages and salaries in the organised sector have, expectedly, been fairly buoyant through the 1990s.’