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Synonyms for patient

Synonyms for patient

enduring or capable of enduring hardship or inconvenience without complaint

Synonyms for patient

the semantic role of an entity that is not the agent but is directly involved in or affected by the happening denoted by the verb in the clause

enduring trying circumstances with even temper or characterized by such endurance

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Time was pressing and there were many patients to be seen.
He made the patient feel like a boy confronted by a jolly schoolmaster; his illness was an absurd piece of naughtiness which amused rather than irritated.
Was the new patient only a hypochondriacal woman, whose malady was a disordered stomach and whose misfortune was a weak brain?
This remark caused a cessation of the compliments, and induced the physician to turn an inquiring eye in the direction of his patient.
You may believe, than, that I was in my consulting-room when, at the appointed hour, the page showed in the patient.
A medical man should be responsible for the quality of the drugs consumed by his patients.
Van Helsing made a very careful examination of the patient.
What would be the use of science and art, if the patient, who disposes of all that, cannot be saved from peril?
The doctors, therefore, all previous ceremonies being complied with, as this was a new patient, attended, according to desire, and laid hold on each of her hands, as they had before done on those of the corpse.
Recalled to the bedside by the moans of his patient, the Kind- hearted Physician administered a stimulant, a tonic, and a nutrient, and went away.
Ezra Jennings replied that he had a patient to see, and that he was walking my way.
The patient looks him full in the face, and turns it over in his mind for a long time, and at last he says, "Are you sure o' that 'ere, Sir?
This flabby lump of mortality that we work so hard at with such patient perseverance, yields no sign of you.
I have been run over by a motor car," his patient said, speaking slowly and with something singularly agreeable in his voice notwithstanding its slight accent of pain.
Dawson and Lady Glyde being both with the patient at the time.
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