1 Flushed and breathing hard, she sat down on a stump to wait for her father.
2 If she had to wait much longer, Mammy would certainly come in search of her and bully her into the house.
3 Now, you wait right here till I come back, for I want to eat barbecue with you.
4 She could wait there until Ashley finished his adieux and then call to him when he came into the house.
5 "I wouldn't want to wait," she said and her eyes were veiled.
6 He was willing to wait until her fears subsided, only--only-- He sighed as he twisted about seeking a comfortable position, for he was going away to the war so very soon.
7 But men who expected to die within a week or a month could not wait a year before they begged to call a girl by her first name, with "Miss," of course, preceding it.
8 Yes, she could wait, could let Melanie have her happy hour of squeezing his arm and crying.
9 Sherman did not wait for Hood to get himself in readiness to attack.
10 Impossible to do anything but sit with hammering heart and wait for Rhett.
11 As Scarlett sat down, he mumbled: "We will wait for Mrs. O'Hara."
12 But she went without the shawl, for it was upstairs and her need to see Ashley and lay her troubles before him was too urgent to wait.
13 The lawyers and doctors would go back to their professions and wait for clients who might never come.
14 She wasn't going to sit down and patiently wait for a miracle to help her.
15 "I hear you couldn't even wait two weeks for me," he said and gave a mock sigh.