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AWA'IT, a and wait. See Wait.

Literally, to remain, hold or stay.

1. To wait for to look for, or expect.

Betwixt the rocky pillars, Gabriel sat,

Chief of the Angelic guards, awaiting night.

2. To be in store for to attend to be ready for as, a glorious reward awaits the good.

AWA'IT, n. Ambush in a state of waiting for.

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Entry for 'Await'. King James Dictionary.

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