Examples of impatience in a Sentence
the child's impatience for Christmas morning is engaging
Recent Examples of impatience from the Web
My own breaks from social media have been characterized by long, conscious bouts of distraction, frustration, impatience, and that most contemporary of insecurities, FOMO — fear of missing out.
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck acknowledges impatience in previous returns from injury and vows to avoid missteps this time around.
Paul Achleitner, the chairman of Deutsche’s supervisory board—perhaps sharing investors’ impatience, perhaps to shore up his own position—has reportedly sounded out possible replacements for Mr Cryan.
The unusual campaign by the New York State Common Retirement Fund, expected to be announced Wednesday, reflects its growing impatience with the pace of progress on gender diversity in the boardroom.
Has a similar attitude of impatience affected his scientific work?
But the streets of South Sacramento, where Clark died, are roiling with impatience and calls to action.
But Trump already had made clear his growing impatience at the special counsel and his probe.
Mohammed's brash style, impatience and lack of a deep bench of advisors already have rocked the Saudi royal family.
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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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