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Things impatient often describes (“impatient ________”)
gesture, man, movement, tone, voice, hand, sigh, people, desire, spirit, look, reader, men, temper, exclamation, glance, crowd, person, shrug, wave, fingers, shake, lover, sound, curiosity, word, eyes, manner, expectation, nature, child, hands, youth, woman, ones, reply, drivers, longing, horse, steps, jerk, boy, customers, horses, frown, contempt, anger, expression, mind, haste, public, waiting, heart, eagerness, motion, audience, gestures, temperament, feeling, spirits, toss, soul, scorn, driver, laugh, mood, anxiety, readers, demands, friend, feet, breath, answer, movements, passengers, cry, attitude, air, foot, father, disposition, noise, creditors, soldiers, stamp, demand, strides, love, husband, reformers

Descriptive words:
little, more, less, least, last, most, long, mighty, usual, haughty, restless, damn, impetuous, grown, goths, damned, proud, imaginative, today, litde, decisive, dim, rough, half, brave, poetical, majesty, vain, sound, ignorant, lazy, uncommonly, devilish, peculiarly, sickness, urgent, hastier, singularly, willed, rash, intolerant, exciting, unrelenting, discontented, patient, swift, bloody, unfortified, slightest, worst, miserable, insubordinate, cleane, indifferent, wee, observant, retentive, impulsive, untamed, headstrong, irritable


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See impatient used in context: 63 rhymes, 18 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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