wait on / upon (v.) 1
accompany, attend
3H6 II.v.54 [King alone, of the shepherd's life] Is far beyond a prince's delicates ... / When care, mistrust, and treason waits on him
3H6 III.iii.42 [Queen to Lewis] impatience waiteth on true sorrow
H5 II.ii.110 [King Henry to Scroop] thou, 'gainst all proportion, didst bring in / Wonder to wait on treason and on murder
Ham II.ii.265 [Rosencrantz and Guildenstern to Hamlet] We'll wait upon you [then taken by Hamlet to mean 'serve']
Luc 275 [Tarquin to himself] Respect and reason wait on wrinkled age!
Mac I.v.48 [Lady Macbeth alone] you murdering ministers, / Wherever, in your sightless substances, / You wait on nature's mischief
Mac I.vii.44 [Lady Macbeth to Macbeth] Wouldst thou ... live a coward in thine own esteem, / Letting 'I dare not' wait upon 'I would'
Mac III.iv.37 [Macbeth to all] Now good digestion wait on appetite, / And health on both!
MM I.i.83 [Escalus to Angelo] I'll wait upon your honour
MW I.i.244 [Shallow to Anne, of Page] I will wait on him
MW I.i.252 [Slender to Simple] go wait upon my cousin Shallow
R3 I.i.43 [Richard to Clarence] What means this armed guard / That waits upon your grace?
Tem I.ii.389 [Ferdinand to himself, of the music] it waits upon / Some god o'th' island
Tim II.ii.40 [Timon to Lords] I'll wait upon you instantly
Ven 690 [Venus to Adonis] Danger deviseth shifts; wit waits on fear