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wait (the prevalent use is “wait on” = be at the service of, follow, accompany)
1. to remain expecting (something), await LLL. V. ii. 63 “And wait the season, and observe the times,” John IV. iii. 152, Per. I. i. 55 “I the sharpest blow.”
2. to be in attendance 1H4 I. ii. 78 “waiting in the court,” Rom. I. iii. 103 “I must hence to wait.”
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