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I need a good, powerful synonym for look forward to.

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for what word?
'look forward to'
gaze, view, stare

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no. Look forward to as in anticipate.
I could use anticipate, but i want something stronger.
It doesn't necessarily have to be an exact synonym. I want to express a feeling greater than anticipation. I did not just anticipate Christmas, I ______ it.
relish
Yearn for, desire, ache, crave, dream, hunger, covet, long, lust, thirst, wish, itch, hanker, pine, burn, smoulder, cherish, fancy, need, require, have eyes for, spoil for, have the hots for, have a yen for, chafe for, await, expect, count on.
hunger and covet are good ones. Thanks
prognosticate. Mine's better :)
Nope. Prognosticate won't work.

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