wait[ weyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF wait
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WAIT
Yet the great lady is not careless of engagements, and the wait is never prolonged.
Where is he, I wonder, and how long have I got to wait for him?
The lawyer left them at the next station to wait for a train back to Butte.
And Dennet,” Stephen added with a short laugh, “she could not wait for you.
You wait a little, and hear Uncle Peter take back what he's said about me.
"I will wait ten minutes for him," said Haley, taking out his watch.
Then they wait for a third service, and after that start out home again.
We will wait till the gentlemen finish their cigars, before driving.
"Wait here while I see if the train is on time," directed Grace.
"Wait till to-morrow morning, and by then you may have slept upon it," she counselled.
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