That is not done quite as you seem to think,' said the wolf; 'you must wait until
the Queen comes,' Soon afterwards, the Queen arrived with some food in her beak, and the lord King came too, and they began to feed their young ones.
I told you once there was a story growing but you would have to wait until
it was fully grown," she answered.
I hope you will not wait until
that is likely to happen," she said.
But it is nearly dark," said the Tin Woodman; "and unless we wait until
morning to make our flight we may get into more trouble.
Upon and below, my friend; but wait until
we shall have made good our escape, and you shall hear the strangest narrative that ever a Barsoomian of the outer world gave ear to.
Well, let us wait until
the clock strikes twelve, and we shall see.
What interested me was the unique character about whom the tale revolves--the visored horseman who-but let us wait until
we get to him.
It would be better to wait until
that had healed before he pitted himself again against the guns of the Tarmangani.
Hereafter he would at least wait until
he knew men deserved it before he thought of killing them.
When, in consequence of heavy rains up-country, a river which you wish to ford is swollen and flecked with foam, you must wait until
Slow is the experience of all deep fountains: long have they to wait until
they know WHAT hath fallen into their depths.
That done, he strolled away idly, stopping in the street and looking up it and down it, and lifting his hat off and putting it on again, and yawning and stretching himself, and exhibiting all the symptoms of mortal weariness to be expected in one who had still to wait until
the next train should come in, an hour and forty minutes hence.
but whether to send it now, or wait until
I see how Rose goes on, I scarcely know.
Agreed; but Raoul calculates well; he bears no grudge against De Wardes, -- he has said so; he will wait until
he is provoked, and in that case his position is a good one.
All the more reason why you should wait until
the right time," she insisted.