Impatiently in a sentence

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Definition of Impatiently

  • In an impatient manner.
  • with impatience; in an impatient manner

How to use impatiently in a sentence. Impatiently pronunciation.

Impatiently, she described the course of events.
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A beautiful young society girl impatiently cries: "There isn't a person who deserves such words from you!
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Say what you've got to say,' broke in her father impatiently.
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His son, I'm afraid, waits impatiently for the old man's removal to a better world.
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Tarrant's countenance darkened; he paused for an instant, then added impatiently: 'You say he had "all the particulars.
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Turning his head impatiently, he saw, not the clerk whose duty it was to announce people, but a lady, much younger than Mrs. Damerel, and more fashionably dressed, who for some reason had preferred to announce herself.
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He thought of it impatiently the next morning, while trying a horse on the Champs Elysees-when he suddenly found himself face to face with his former secretary, Vautrot.
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Near the end of May, one of these occasions, always impatiently awaited on both sides, presented itself, and M. de Camors at midnight penetrated into the little garden of the old 'sous-officier'.
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The Missouri mules stamped the ground impatiently; one of them uttered the characteristic exclamation of his race, "Aw! hee!
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The reader finds how the man who had secretly celebrated a heathen sacrifice was discovered by St. Severinus, because, while the tapers of the rest of the congregation were lighted miraculously from heaven, his taper alone would not light; and passes on impatiently, with regret that the biographer omits to mention what the heathen sacrifice was like.
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He waited impatiently for an answer.
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Lawson spoke so aggressively that Philip was taken aback, but he was not obliged to answer because Flanagan broke in impatiently.
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Philip shrugged his shoulders impatiently.
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Philip waited impatiently for the end of the performance.
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He waited for her impatiently.
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He waited impatiently for Ramsden to go on.
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If there was anything interesting to hear students applied their stethoscope: you would see a man with two or three to the chest, and two perhaps to his back, while others waited impatiently to listen.
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But this afternoon they had nothing to say to him, and after a few minutes, impatiently, he wandered out of the room.
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His gruffness was little more than a protection which he wore to hide a complete disillusionment; and to Philip it seemed tragic to see him just waiting for death, not impatiently, but rather with loathing for it, hating old age and unable to resign himself to its limitations, and yet with the feeling that death was the only solution of the bitterness of his life.
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Surely Mrs. Seal must realize that Mary had been extraordinarily efficient? "But we go at such a snail's pace," said Sally, shaking her head impatiently.
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Examples of Impatiently

Example #1
As soon as she had finished, Cobb threw his hat aside and addressed her harshly.
Example #2
He had not been home since breakfast-time, so Louise's appeal to him for advice lay waiting his arrival.
Example #3
The kindness of the Idiot toward his foes and toward those who are continually playing on his generosity and exploiting him, enrages beyond all endurance some of his friends.
Example #4
You are more honest than all of us, more noble than all, better than all, more clever than all!
Example #5
Mr. Lord turned to look at her.
Example #6
She stood before him, and spoke with diffidence.