Obama is what was once called a “long head”—a leader who patiently tries to think a few moves past everyone else.
There she was, patiently waiting, her guidebooks and organized itineraries spread out in front of her.
My mother removed them patiently while Grace cackled, thrilled that her prank had been a success.
Backstage, a young woman, who was just a child during the first two Cianci tenures, patiently waited to hand him her card.
Instead, they are patiently making their mortgage payments and getting closer to positive equity in their homes.
They cannot patiently endure that Christian and Jewish women shall share the privilege with them.
There is no parallel in history to the humiliation they have patiently borne.
When I had gone away to see the world, he had plodded on patiently in the narrow valley to keep a home for me.
And we did well to patiently abide the complete unfoldment of the Divine plan.
"May as well give the young-ones some of the grub we bought," Grandpa said patiently.
patient pa·tient (pā'shənt)
One who receives medical attention, care, or treatment.