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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PATIENTLY

There is no parallel in history to the humiliation they have patiently borne.

And we did well to patiently abide the complete unfoldment of the Divine plan.

They were all to wait as patiently as possible till she came back.

I promptly refused, but patiently from time to time she repeated her request.

It is dreadful, replied Crawford, but I will endeavor to bear it patiently.

I advised her to leave it, and begin, for the Imp was patiently waiting her turn.

The Prince had never come, but the Princess waited for him patiently.

Filippo heard me patiently, but when I had done he shook his head.

A capacity will be given them patiently to abide by the resolution of their souls.

My child,” said Parson Lute, patiently, “turn your face this way.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-14c., "enduring without complaint," from Old French pacient and directly from Latin patientem (see patience). Related: Patiently.

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