I thought if I had enough band-aids, I'd be able to wait out the politics.
The wind howled as she settled against the far wall to wait out the storm.
toothpick man: They were told to wait out here.
TOOTHPICK MAN: They were told to wait out here.
In such cases, if you can afford to wait out the shipping time, Internet shopping can be vastly superior to an in-store purchase.
Unfortunately, you'll have to wait out that relationship -- you can't go and try to be a home wrecker, he'll hate you.
This is not something you can "just get over" or wait out.
Unless your dog is exhibiting a secondary symptom, it is best to wait out the lack of appetite.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) teaches patients how to confront their fears and obsessive thoughts by making the effort to endure or wait out the activities that usually cause anxiety without compulsively performing the calming rituals.
However, if a team has incurred any penalties, they will be asked to step outside of the mat and wait out their allotted penalty time.
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