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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of await.
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- adj. expected. Opposite of
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- adj. expected hopefully
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The fulfilment of a dream long awaited is a present that will always live in my heart, and mind, and Spirit.
The family continues: So eagerly awaited that the term "eagerly awaited" is a ridiculous understatement, "The Sopranos" begins its sixth and reportedly final full season tonight on HBO, and advance viewing of the first four installments suggests that television's greatest drama series has only gotten greater.
He did not hear the voice again but out there in the shimmering space the call awaited him.
Not in competition but eagerly awaited is Japanese veteran filmmaker Yoji Yamada's "Ototo"
Now the vast collection of cars reversed itself and the traffic jam back to the Bali Hai was even more tedious  than the earlier one, but when the cavalcade finally reached there and disappointed men filed into the Dagger Bar, a phone call awaited Dr. Mott: "Can you please come over to the press room at the Hilton?
After all these years of silence, the name now awaited her at every corner.
But there was a divine mercy in it; they came to seek peace, but a sword awaited them.
On landing there he dug a trench, and slew the black victims Circe had given him, and with drawn sword awaited the approach of a host of shades, among whom he recognized a man killed by accident on Circe's island, who begged for proper funeral rites.
Lest Ammon should think to escape because Nebuchadnezzar had taken the route to Jerusalem, Ezekiel denounces judgment against Ammon, without the prospect of a restoration such as awaited Israel.
And yet, though so little curiosity "awaited" her, it happened of necessity that, within a few moments after her first coming forward in the witness box, she had created a separate one for herself -- first, through her impressive appearance; secondly, through the appalling coolness of her answers.