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Do the words 'waiting' and 'awaiting' mean the same?

In what context is each word used?

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Tell me the difference between the following words

Like alike
wait await
lone alone
And all other same words where a is put before the word
Heya,

Can I say someting like..

Something is awaiting
To take us back where we belong

Is that correct English ?

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In what context do you write, awaiting and waiting ,
Read the earlier responses from pieanne and CJ.
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When I was in school (till 1977), these were the only ways in which we used the word "await": E.g.,
The examinations are over: the results are awaited.
Finally, the much-awaited results were announced.
The long-awaited reforms were finally implemented.
The reforms must await a policy-declaration.
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Do the words 'waiting' and 'awaiting' mean the same?
In what context is each word used?
Thank you for your input

Do the words awaiting and waiting mean the same?

CJ does that mean the word "wait" can no longer be structured to fit into the sentences,
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anonymous CJ does that mean the word "wait" can no longer be structured to fit into the sentences,

No. You can rephrase with "wait".

We are waiting for the reports.
We are waiting for your decision.

CJ

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