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He smiled and waved when he saw me.
'Aren't they beautiful?' Don said, waving his hand at the mountains.
Prince Charles waved to the crowd.
She waved at her parents as the bus pulled away.
Wave goodbye to Grandma, Charlie.
All around me I saw tall trees waving in the wind.
This is the British English definition of wave. View American English definition of wave.
if a horse whinnies, it makes a high sound through its nose and mouth
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