We’ll have to make do with the old one for a while.
I’m going to keep my distance from her for a while.
Please simmer the beans for a while over a low heat.
Why don’t you pull over and take a rest for a while?
The word became flesh and lived for a while among us.
I’ve retired and I’m going to take it easy for a while.
We are going to tack west against the wind for a while.
Seeing that she is tired, we had better stop for a while.
Not feeling well after a long drive, I slept for a while.
He forgot part of his speech and had to adlib for a while.
I tried cycling to work for a while but I didn’t take to it.
Shall we shoot the breeze for a while before talking business?
We took a dip in the lake after laying in the sun for a while.
We had no choice but to wait for a while until the store opened.
I’m supposed to die soon, but I’m hoping to postpone for a while.
He has been sick for a while, but is looking much better recently.
We walked down by the harbor, and looked at the boats for a while.
Janice had to walk with a cane for a while after she hurt her knee.
We can do nothing but wait for a while until the seats are available.
If you allow yeast to ferment for a while, it becomes more concentrated.
Our cat was quite sick for a while but now she’s happy and healthy again.
The dead body was quite rigid, and had apparently been there for a while.
She is decidedly more relaxed now that she has been in the job for a while.
It would do you a heap of good to take some time off from work for a while.
Why don’t you go lie down for a while in the living room where you won’t be disturbed? She hasn’t had her period for a while now and is afraid she might be pregnant.
I don’t have to study tonight.
I think I’ll watch television for a while.
I left the dishes to soak for a while, so I will do them after the movie is over.
You need to soak the dried mushrooms in water for a while before you can use them.
We turned off the motor on the boat, and just drifted with the current for a while.
You look tired, my friend.
Come and rest your weary feet for a while.
weave Needless to say, because of the accident, he will stay away from school for a while.