The quality or condition of being impatient.(noun)
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Use "impatience" in a sentence
"Nor do I think that this impatience is necessarily "in step" with right-wing cultural values."
"What Halberstam and Berube share, ultimately, is a plain impatience with if not disdain for trifling old literature."
"For long-term investors, this was an opportunity to "exploit the short-term impatience," says David Herro , portfolio manager for Oakmark International and Oakmark International Small Cap ."