I can hardly wait for the new baby.
In any case, there was nothing that couldn't wait to be discussed at home.
After what seemed like a short wait, they boarded another plane.
We'll just wait for her.
So why wait for reinforcement?
She stopped to wait for him, unsure whether to be happy about his presence or annoyed.
You'll like it, just wait and see.
I'll wait until tomorrow.
My education can wait, she can't.
They'll have to wait for water, the same as we did.
She could hardly wait to get back to Texas.
Could you wait for me here, honey?
May I wait here until then?
He didn't wait for an answer.
Was he going to wait until later?
I'd wait for him come to us.
Why wait until tonight?
In any event, I won't wait so long before I take another.
"Oh, wait, don't shut the-- " The door to the apartment clicked shut, locking automatically.
The world can wait for you to sleep for a few hours.
You can go wait in the back if you want.
No; but they will grow together again, in time, and we must wait until they do.
At such times they were all glad to wait for him, for continually climbing up stairs is sure to make one's legs ache.
"Then we must wait for half an hour," she continued; "but it won't take long, after that, to carry us all to the Emerald City."
You're only joking, I'm afraid-- Just wait till I am bigger.
Send word to the captain not to wait for me, for I have changed my mind.
The children were hungry and could hardly wait for their father to come.
But wait (as they say on late-night TV commercials), there's more!
But wait, there's more!
Established by a ruler of the Roman Republic named Gaius Gracchus (158–122 BC), the dole began as the state selling grain at half price to anyone willing to wait in line for it; there was no means test.
I received your welcome letter several days ago, but I have so much writing to do that I am apt to make my letters wait a good while before they get answered.
I can hardly wait for the fun to begin!
I can hardly wait patiently for the time to come when I shall see my dear English friends, and their beautiful island home.
They will come regularly every evening to particular trees, where the cunning sportsman lies in wait for them, and the distant orchards next the woods suffer thus not a little.
I called on the king, but he made me wait in his hall, and conducted like a man incapacitated for hospitality.
They will wait, well disposed, for others to remedy the evil, that they may no longer have it to regret.
You can't wait a moment!
Wait, for heaven's sake.
No, but wait a bit!...