stay for (v.) Old form(s): staid , staies , stay'd, stayes
wait for, await
H5 IV.i.301[King Henry to all] The day, my friends, and all things stay for me.
JC I.iii.125[Cassius to Casca, of fellow-conspirators] by this they stay for me / In Pompey's Porch
JC I.iii.136[Cassius to Cinna] Am I not stayed for, Cinna?
MV III.iv.82[Portia to Nerissa, of her coach] which stays for us / At the park gate
R2 I.iii.5[Aumerle to Lord Marshal] the champions ... stay / For nothing but his majesty's approach
R3 IV.iv.163[Duchess of York to King Richard] I have stayed for thee
TC III.ii.3[Man to Pandarus, of Troilus] he stays for you to conduct him thither
TNK V.ii.24[Gaoler to Doctor, of the Gaoler's Daughter] [I will] tell her her Palamon stays for her
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