She describes feeling anxious and impatient, recalling her boyfriend's seeing a temper she hadn't had before.
Now, Bibi Aisha says she is impatient for the next step in her recovery—the surgery in California.
But on TV, Biden seemed somehow much better: impassioned rather than impatient, aggressive rather than dismissive.
impatient and dismissive, punctuated by forced, faked little laughs and peevish demands for more airtime.
But Kennedy is impressive—firmly in command of facts, challenging his advisers to do more, impatient with imperfect outcomes.
"Oh, let it go till I come again," said Gardley, impatient to be off.
It had such encouraging reports of his business that he was impatient to get back to it.
Franco, frowning angrily, made an impatient gesture of protest.
She was impatient at the slightest delay, and only half answered his questions.
"Call me at five," said I, passing up the stairs, and impatient to gain my room and be alone with my indignation.