Jessica caught sight of Lois and waved to her...
He waved at the waiter, who rushed to the table...
He grinned, waved, and said, 'Hi!'...
Elaine turned and waved her hand lazily and left.
Leshka waved him away with a show of irritation...
He waited for a policeman to stop the traffic and wave the people on...
He waved the servants out of the tent.
Hospital staff were outside to welcome him, waving flags and applauding...
She was apt to raise her voice and wave her hands about.
...grass and flowers waving in the wind.
...the sound of the waves breaking on the shore.
The shock waves of the earthquake were felt in Teheran...
The blast wave crushed the breath from Neil, but he survived.
Sound waves, light waves, and radio waves have a certain frequency, or number of waves per second.
She felt a wave of panic, but forced herself to leave the room calmly...
A wave of sympathy for her swept Ireland...
The loneliness and grief comes in waves.
...the current wave of violence.
...an even newer crime wave.
...the shortages of bread, meat and gasoline that have hit Moscow in waves over the summer.
A wave of immigrants is washing over Western Europe.