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with impatience


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He repeated the words impatiently from time to time, appearing entirely unconscious of everything except this one importunate want, and giving no sign of knowing his wife or any one else; and poor Mrs.
The steward impatiently took the paddle away from him and bent to the work.
"He is safe," he said impatiently. "But, do you see, Christie?
"Come, come, gentlemen," said Mordaunt, impatiently, "let us depart."
There they found a brig ready to set sail, upon the deck of which they recognized Mordaunt walking up and down impatiently.
`Soles and eels, of course,' the Gryphon replied rather impatiently: `any shrimp could have told you that.'
`Go on with the next verse,' the Gryphon repeated impatiently:
Fernand rose impatiently. "Let him run on," said Danglars, restraining the young man; "drunk as he is, he is not much out in what he says.
Not more impatiently do I await the flame of to-morrow's revolt than did I that night await the coming of Ernest.
But Ernest's glance took me in and questioned impatiently past and around the room.
"It doesn't make any difference what he was," said the Story Girl impatiently. "Even a Tory would be romantic a hundred years ago.
"When he had gone into the house, Ursula, turning impatiently from the window, tripped and almost fell over the big ball of homespun yarn her father had flung on the floor.
'Didn't I tell you?' the King repeated impatiently. 'I must have Two--to fetch and carry.
'Speak, can't you!' Haigha cried impatiently. But Hatta only munched away, and drank some more tea.
"Yes, yes; well, never mind," interposed Aunt Polly, a trifle impatiently. "You do run on so, Pollyanna, and no matter what we're talking about you always bring up at those Ladies' Aiders!"