There was no time to wait
for any nicety of service.
Thursday they are coming, and this is only Tuesday; it's a cruel long time to wait
Your majesty is beginning life, its future is full of hope and fortune; but I, sire, I am on the other side of the horizon, and we are so far from each other, that I should never have time to wait
till your majesty came up to me.
Six weeks is a long time to wait
, and a still longer time for a girl to keep a secret, but Jo did both, and was just beginning to give up all hope of ever seeing her manuscript again, when a letter arrived which almost took her breath away, for on opening it, a check for a hundred dollars fell into her lap.
This service ran every quarter of an hour, and he had some time to wait
I've widden twenty miles and have duties to attend to and no time to wait
In the shadow of an archway nearly opposite, leading to one of the many passages which diverged from the main street, there lingered one, who, having taken up his position when the twilight first came on, still maintained it with undiminished patience, and leaning against the wall with the manner of a person who had a long time to wait
, and being well used to it was quite resigned, scarcely changed his attitude for the hour together.
A counsellor having remarked that the gentlemen were fatigued, and that it would be a long time to wait
until the torture was at an end, the president replied that a magistrate must know how to sacrifice himself to his duty.
And he flung the watch down, and sprang out of bed, and had a cold bath, and washed himself, and dressed himself, and shaved himself in cold water because there was not time to wait
for the hot, and then rushed and had another look at the watch.
But I might have done the work more leisurely, for no one else was in a hurry; and I had still a considerable time to wait
for the phaeton.
We do not plan and do not have the time to wait
for that,'' vanRaay said.
Senior Tour Players simply did not have the time to wait