She waited on patiently, almost cheerfully, without alarm, her memories gradually giving place to hopes and visions of the future.
Mrs Mercer stood up to go: she was sorry she couldn’t wait any longer, but it was after eight o’clock and she did not like to be out late as the night air was bad for her.
And now I suppose you've been waiting very impatiently to hear what I am learning?
Wait you with me outside, unseen and unheard, and things much stranger are yet to be.
But considering that it would not become him, nor be right, to begin any new emprise until he had established Micomicona in her kingdom, he was constrained to hold his peace and wait quietly to see what would be the upshot of the proceedings of those same travellers; one of whom found the youth they were seeking lying asleep by the side of a muleteer, without a thought of anyone coming in search of him, much less finding him.
All the bystanders waited anxiously to see the end of the case, and presently both man and woman came back at even closer grips than before, she with her petticoat up and the purse in the lap of it, and he struggling hard to take it from her, but all to no purpose, so stout was the woman's defence, she all the while crying out, "Justice from God and the world!
Wait awhile until it burns up, and melt you must, for who can match his will against Atene?”
I can hardly wait until next Sunday to recite it.
He is just eagerly waiting for this opportunity!"
I reentered my stateroom, where Ned and Conseil were waiting silently.
He is waiting alone downstairs.
23:060:009 Surely the isles shall wait for me, and the ships of Tarshish first, to bring thy sons from far, their silver and their gold with them, unto the name of the LORD thy God, and to the Holy One of Israel, because he hath glorified thee.
The other, a very stout, buxom woman with a purplish-red, blotchy face, excessively smartly dressed with a brooch on her bosom as big as a saucer, was standing on one side, apparently waiting for something.
Upstairs they waited for the boy, but as he still did not return, the man said to the woman: ‘Just go down into the cellar and see where Elsie is!’
She said she had been ordered away by the servants, after vainly waiting many hours to see the President about her only brother, who had been condemned to death.
We waited respectfully for her to break the silence: and after a long pause she said slowly:“It was that chalice he broke.... That was the beginning of it.
CHAPTER XI Alison's Uncle Not very long after the events narrated in the last chapter, Alison entered the train one morning in quite a state of excitement, and could scarcely wait to greet Dorothy before she began to pour out her news.
There he sat, calmly waiting--for what?
She was too restless to wait for Frank inside and too nervous to contemplate being late.
Mrs. Jennings, however, assured him directly, that she should not stand upon ceremony, for they were all cousins, or something like it, and she should certainly wait on Mrs. John Dashwood very soon, and bring her sisters to see her.