Awaiting [adjective]

Definition of Awaiting:

looking forward

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Sentence/Example of Awaiting:

We’ve asked if it sold part or all of its stake, possibly earlier this year, and are awaiting word back.

It was one of the first games that asked players to behave as if they were actually creeping through the dark halls of the Tower of Latria, hearing bells jingle down the hallway as some Eldritch horror awaits.

As I collected recipes to make meals that help power you onward during quests, I got emotional as I thought about the more muted Thanksgiving that awaits us this year in the real world.

Union officials said youths at the facility were scheduled to be tested Thursday, and 20 workers are awaiting results.

The woman has since pleaded guilty to federal forced labor and other charges and is awaiting sentencing.

The Kings have De’Aaron Fox and Buddy Hield already in place, and they are awaiting a decision from Bogdan Bogdanovic, who will enter restricted free agency after being mentioned in a sign-and-trade with the Milwaukee Bucks earlier this week.

A naturalized citizen from Brazil, she is awaiting FIFA eligibility.

So in October 2017, she was placed in detention to await her fate.

Asymptomatic employees awaiting test results can also continue working, which the governor said should free dozens of staff members at a time in each hospital.

In the meantime, a slow-moving market awaits their business.