Synonyms for wait on
Sometimes considered objectionable in standard usage, the idiom wait on meaning “to wait for, to await (a person)” is largely confined to speech or written representations of speech. It is most common in the Midland and Southern United States: Let’s not wait on Rachel, she’s always late. Wait on or upon (an event) does not have a regional pattern and occurs in a wide variety of contexts: We will wait on (or upon) his answer and make our decision then. The completion of the merger waits upon news of a drop in interest rates.
- Waited out
Synonyms for waited out verb endure, permit go through receive support experience hurt feel see accept sustain take have undergo bleed encounter know brave submit stomach acquiesce license brook indulge tolerate admit abide bow countenance concede bear stand allow sanction let swallow yield sweat bear with take it carry the torch live with put up […]
- Waited upon
Synonyms for waited upon verb care for serve watch nurse doctor mind tend do for be in the service of look after minister to take care of wait upon work for Antonyms for waited upon ignore disregard neglect be lazy be absent
Synonyms for waiter noun server servant attendant steward slaver tray waitperson waitress servitor salver footman garcon Usage Notes See -person.
Synonyms for wait verb pause, rest linger hang await watch stay delay remain expect foresee anticipate tarry abide stall bide dally hang around hold back hole up mark time sit tight stand by stick around cool it fill time hang onto your hat hang out hold everything hold on hold the phone keep shirt on […]