impatient in a sentence

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He is impatient to see you.

The horse snorted impatiently.

He was impatient of any delays.

I was impatient for her arrival.

He is impatient for her arrival.

He was impatient to see his son.

Dad’s in an impatient mood today.

Mother is never impatient with us.

She is impatient for her holidays.

They are impatient for their lunch.

She was impatient to see her family.

She was impatient for him to return.

He is less impatient than his father.

He was impatient to see his daughter.

She was impatient to leave the party.

She was impatient to know his address.

He was impatient under his sufferings.

I was impatient for the game to start.

You shouldn’t be impatient with children.

He is impatient enough to get angry easily.

He was impatient with her unfriendly attitude.

The teacher was impatient with the idle fellow.

I was impatient with fear of missing last train.

I am impatient with those who aren’t cooperative.

I am impatient with his inability to make decisions.

Discussion question: Are you generally a patient person, or an impatient person?
July in Seattle has been unusually cold and wet this year, and people are getting impatient to see the sun.

Conversations have a normal speed, and people are sometimes impatient of what they find to be long pauses made by second language learners.

Emile Durkheim maintained that because science is fragmentary and incomplete, advancing too slowly for impatient people, religion will continue to have an important explanatory role.

If you are giving a speech, remember that if you conclude five minutes early, your audience will be quite happy, but if you conclude five minutes late, they may be angry or impatient.

Police said the migrants were growing impatient with registration delays.

We were impatient, out on our front foot and swinging at some poor pitches.

Whether it’s Internet service or a commute, many of us easily become impatient.

And as the evening wore on, Democrats became increasingly impatient for the hearing to end.

When you are doing work that you love, you are no longer cynical, irritable, and impatient.

The beach was only a half mile away but the boys were impatient and insisted that Kathryn drive.

While he rarely loses his temper in public, he can seem impatient and condescending with reporters.

Most of the aggro that I see starts with motorists being impatient.