Sentence for wait | Use wait in a sentence

Sentences using the word wait. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use wait in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for wait.

  • Wait a bit! (8)
  • Wait for me. (8)
  • Let us wait. (10)
  • Yu wait a bit. (8)
  • Do wait for Mr. (4)
  • He cannot wait. (10)
  • Would she wait? (13)
  • So we will wait. (14)
  • I must wait for him. (8)
  • Wait for that, too. (10)
  • You tell me to wait. (8)
  • Wait a minute, Roberts. (9)
  • I cannot possibly wait. (10)
  • Wait here a little while. (5)
  • Wait a couple of minutes. (10)
  • Was he doomed merely to wait? (12)
  • He did not wait for her answer. (9)
  • He did not wait for her to answer. (9)
  • Go, and we will wait for you here. (10)
  • And they began to wait for Winifred. (8)
  • He refused to see me; I sat down to wait. (8)
  • But wait for him too, and tell me by and by. (10)
  • If you take my advice you will wait patiently. (10)
  • Not of the issues and emotions that lie in wait. (8)
  • It was a long time for James to wait, at his age! (8)
  • Voss said drily that he had time and could wait. (12)
  • Correct it to-morrow; my tailor shall wait on you. (10)
  • Soames dared not wait for tea, and took Annette away. (8)
  • But for particulars Isabella could well afford to wait. (4)
  • I was not in a humour to wait for any opening of yours. (4)
  • The colonel had no inclination to wait for his return. (10)
  • He will not wait for the mob at his heels, I am certain. (10)
  • Once we heard shots in front; then there was a long wait. (7)
  • Wait and comfort her till I come, and answer no questions. (22)
  • Dacier said he had thought it better to wait for later reports. (10)
  • I begged permission to quit the house, and wait for him outside. (10)
  • She went at once to the study to wait for her husband to come in. (8)
  • She was out; and I felt it impossible not to wait till she came in. (4)
  • You ask me to wait, when they are plotting against us on all sides? (10)
  • They did not wait long for the Crawfords, but there was no Mrs. Grant. (4)
  • He counselled himself to wait for her; she might have ideas of delicacy. (10)
  • His business there, whatever it might be, could wait, had always waited. (13)
  • And birds and hares are always willing to wait for us; they keep better alive. (10)
  • But you read us all, see everything, and wait only for the mood to do the right. (10)
  • She must and would see Jimmy again, if she had to wait and seek for him all night! (8)
  • The powers who wait on gentlemen had only helped the pretending youth to try him. (10)
  • He had to wait till after dark, and watch his chance to get into the house unnoticed. (9)
  • He himself had had to wait for death to grant him a divorce from the first Mrs. Jolyon. (8)
  • It was foolish; but wait till you get feeling like what I was, and see how it draws you. (8)
  • The gipsies did not wait for the operations of justice; they took themselves off in a hurry. (4)
  • Then she must be humble, and wait for her summons, though she did not know what it would be. (12)
  • But after reading it once through, she did not wait for him before reading it again and again. (9)
  • No; he will not abandon poor broken Lombardy, and he is right; and it is my duty to sit and wait. (10)
  • She was to see him again at once, not to wait weeks, with the fear that he would quite forget her! (8)
  • Her introductions and recommendations must all wait, and every projected party be still only talked of. (4)
  • She thought she would wait till he missed it definitely, and then give him the scrap she had picked up. (9)
  • It is an army regulation that the wounded must wait; the best way to care for them is to win the battle. (1)
  • He sent word that he would wait on Lady Camper immediately, and betook himself forthwith to his toilette. (10)
  • To wait in anxiety is perhaps the hardest thing in life; tea, tobacco, and hot baths perhaps the only anodynes. (8)
  • He could hardly wait for evening to come, before he went to see her; when it came, it seemed to have come too soon. (9)
  • He had to wait there a space of about ten minutes, when Richard returned with a clearer visage, though somewhat heated. (10)
  • Cut off from all communication with France, for at least ten months must his forlorn band wait before assistance could arrive. (19)
  • She was like those frank lands where we have not to hand out a passport at the frontier and wait for dubious inspection of it. (10)
  • Vittoria begged Angelo to wait till he heard from her; and then, with mutual wavings of hands, she was driven out of his sight. (10)
  • Derek did not wait for this, but on the day before the assizes repacked his bag and went off to the Royal Charles Hostel at Worcester. (8)
  • He knew very well those men would wait, and gladly wait, till the morning, and that the whole affair was in his hands. (9)
  • We had of course joined the crowd in pushing forward; people always do, though they promise themselves to wait till the last one is out. (9)

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