A-waitin in a sentence

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How to use a-waitin in a sentence. A-waitin pronunciation.

There's Nell a-waitin' back at Forlorn River.
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Here old Betsy came in to say that the supper was a-waitin' for Mr. Bayham and it was a-getting' very late; and we left F. B. to his meal; and bidding adieu to Mrs. Nokes, Clive and I went each to our habitation.
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Polly Ann's hand was a-hangin' down by the cheer, jes a-waitin' fer a job, and Nance seed the fingers a-twitchin'.
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De cotton hits a-greenin' in de furrer, An' honey I'se a-waitin' at de door!
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But, careful of his dignity, he answered, "I'm a-waitin' here to engage the situation.
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I expect that nice young lady in 'Frisco is a-waitin' anxiously to hear from him.
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There's fame a-waitin' for the man who can do that-and money too.
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ACCEPTING the invitation, I presently found myself dining with Mrs. Bivins, and listening to her remarkable flow of small-talk, while Mingo hovered around, the embodiment of active hospitality. "Mingo 'lowed he'd ast you up," said Mrs. Bivins, "an' I says, says I, 'Don't you be a-pesterin' the gentulmun, when you know thar's plenty er the new-issue quality ready an' a-waitin' to pull an' haul at 'im,' says I.
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Well,' said Mr. Barkis, carrying his eyes back to his horse's ears; 'that man's been a-waitin' for a answer ever since.
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You might tell her, if you would,' said Mr. Barkis, with another slow look at me, 'that Barkis was a-waitin' for a answer.
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So in I goes; an' 'twer a vine pleace, wi' sum nation good-looking gurls a-waitin'.
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Examples of A-waitin

Example #1
Think what it means to her!
Example #2
You'll see the sense of it.
Example #3
Look at Clara, poor child, and her misery!
Example #4
In which Colonel Newcome's Horses are sold At an hour early the next morning I was not surprised to see Colonel Newcome at my chambers, to whom Clive had communicated Bayham's important news of the night before.
Example #5
Well, Jeb mos' fell off his cheer, when, ef he hadn't been sech a skeery idgit, he'd 'a' knowed that Polly Ann was plain open an' shet a-biddin' fer him.
Example #6
Jeb had a farm, an' Polly Ann-well, Polly Ann was a-gittin' along.