Thesaurus / waved

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Stubby pushed two chairs up to the fire, waved Jack to one, and extended his own feet to the blaze.

Poor Man's RockBertrand W. Sinclair

Suneep waved absently, his short fingers describing trivialities in the air.

His commissary was attached to the Staff of the corps, over which waved the “yellow-blue flag.”

The Russian TurmoilAnton Ivanovich Denikin

Balderston waved his helmet, his face aglow with excitement.

Dan and Harry watched him ride away, and as he looked back, waved him a last farewell.

Then he waved his hand to the policemen and reporters who had gathered around.

When a Man MarriesMary Roberts Rinehart

That morning, as the cutting was going on, I advanced and offered my part, but Mr. Daly waved me away.

Life on the StageClara Morris

She might at least have looked up and waved her hand, or nodded, or smiled—or something!

The Girl Next DoorAugusta Huiell Seaman

As he waved from the steps, Penny realized that she had forgotten to ask for his Canadian address.

Ghost Beyond the GateMildred A. Wirt

Then the hands are waved forward and back, like wings—slowly for large birds, fast for little birds, to imitate the bird itself.

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