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  • verb Present participle of await.


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  • But as yet Sir William had not told his bethrothed who he was, nor of the title awaiting her when she should become his wife.

    Virgie's Inheritance

  • I dare say that more women would have the courage to remain unmarried were there so euphonious a title awaiting them as that of "bachelor," which, when shorn of its accompanying adjective "old," simply means unmarried.

    The Love Affairs of an Old Maid

  • And, as always, I ask that you not leave this comment in "awaiting moderation" status permanently. gop ...

    Business as usual for embattled South Carolina governor

  • The agents keep him confined to their safe house on the outskirts of Berlin awaiting further instructions to return to Israel.

    This Week at the 16th Street J « The Blog at 16th and Q

  • I'm surprised this article wasn't stuck in "awaiting moderation" since it is about Obama and not for Hillary.

    Rep. Hill backing Obama

  • The hopelessness of the situation: the impossibility of escaping, the relentless pursuit, an unbearable prison term awaiting him.

    A Maiden's Grave

  • And, like any welcome child, there was a name awaiting it.

    The Desert Valley

  • The scores of phone calls awaiting Boris are just part of an already packed schedule, which includes producing, on-air work on - Home Page

  • KARACHI Dec 3 Reuters - Pakistani stocks ended higher on Friday led by foreign buying but dealers said the market is likely to stay range-bound in the short-term awaiting clarity on the implementation of reformed general sales tax.

    Pakistani stocks, o/n rates end up; rupee flat | Reuters

  • With the MFC's middleweight title awaiting a new champion, there are three 185-pound fights on the card which will ultimately settle the issue of the top two contenders for the title belt.

    MMA Mania


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