impatient[ im-pey-shuhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF impatient
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPATIENT
It had such encouraging reports of his business that he was impatient to get back to it.
She was impatient at the slightest delay, and only half answered his questions.
Then I grew so sleepy, that I was impatient to be shown to my bed.
Even in my benevolence I was as impatient and unreasonable as a child.
I am impatient to write to your sister Tollemache this good news.
Magua shook his head, and made an impatient sign for the crowd to open.
I shall be impatient to hear whether they will attempt to carry you to your uncle's.
But he hardly fancied having so impatient a lad go off by himself.
The other bird remained as before, except for an impatient glance at the basket.
An impatient glance from Tattycoram seemed, as Clennam saw it, to answer 'With my eyes!'
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR IMPATIENT
- all nerves
- ill at ease
- in turmoil
- on edge
- on the qui vive
- all in
- burned out
- dead tired
- done in
- fed up
- had it
- knocked out
- out of gas
- ready to drop
- sick and tired
- wiped out
- worn out