patient

[ pey-shuhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF patient

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Why should there not be a patient confidence in the ultimate justice of the people?

His face had a patient, expectant look, as if he waited for them to do something.

"I feel my patient growing better," the doctor said, with satisfaction.

Vice was like hysterics—the more kindness you showed the worse grew the patient!

The young man tried to be patient over her density in this time of crisis.

What daring boldness, what a strange revolt of a patient against his doctor!

I felt how good he was, how strong and patient, and was at peace.

Then he threw the reins down on the backs of his patient horses, and descended.

He was very ill, and could not work, and certainly was not a patient sufferer.

"He did; but—" and Crane looked at Faust, with patient toleration of his lack of perception.

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