Examples of impatience in a Sentence
the child's impatience for Christmas morning is engaging
Recent Examples of impatience from the Web
Most notable among them was his call to hand over the offense to Jalen Hurts, the athletically-gifted sophomore who has shown deficiencies as a passer and an abiding impatience to cycle through his reads.
The mayor expressed impatience with other hurdles that need to be cleared.
But those qualities often were obscured by profanity, impatience, and a congenital orneriness.
As National Music Publishers’ Association president David Israelite puts it, Facebook’s entry satiates industry impatience for a viable YouTube alternative.
With Silicon Valley’s dollars has also come impatience, say some.
Alas, youthful impatience appears to have got the better of him.
Strategic patience may have borne scant fruit so far, but what is Pence’s alternative—unstrategic impatience?
However, purists view purchasing king cakes before Jan. 6 as a demonstration of gauche impatience.
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First Known Use of impatience
IMPATIENCE Defined for Kids
Definition of impatience for Students
- Her impatience with the delay was obvious.
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