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Synonyms for patience

Synonyms for patience

the capacity of enduring hardship or inconvenience without complaint

Synonyms for patience

good-natured tolerance of delay or incompetence

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You will soon see him now, and meantime be content where you are and have patience.
I was so provoked, that I could not have patience to stay till more came on, knowing that every grain that they ate now was, as it might be said, a peck-loaf to me in the consequence; but coming up to the hedge, I fired again, and killed three of them.
However, this I bore with, and was content to work it out with patience, and bear with the badness of the performance.
Zuculini gives AK a selection nightmare for Tuesday Steven Liggett @STEVENL87 Patience, patience.
7, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Parkinson Alliance conducted its 19th survey-based research, entitled Patience and Well-Being in Parkinson's Disease.
Patience is not a word that reflexively comes to mind when we think about the growth of the church in any period of its history.
In contemporary American society, the relationship between patience and power is often wary and distant: if people have power, then they won't have to wait.
releases its audio version of Patience and Sarah, by Isabel Miller in September.
Patience is featured as the calm and steadfast leader of the frightened penguins.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Patience is considered to be one of the best-known terms in Islam.
The Power of Patience: How This Old-Fashioned Virtue Can Improve Your Life teaches how to gain more patience with everyday affairs and how to reduce the feeling of being rushed and stressed, and teaches how to use the virtue of patience in the process of bringing more love into life.
Review Show: Patience, Huddersfield Gilbert and Sullivan Society Venue: Lawrence Batley Theatre Review: William Marshall IF you were a late-Victorian admirer of Oscar Wilde, Pre-Raphaelite art (especially the wan maidens of Burne-Jones) and the Aesthetic Movement in general, then the Gilbert and Sullivan opera Patience would have made you squirm in your seat at the brand new Savoy [euro]eatre.
Travel anywhere in Pakistan today either in the public transport or in your private car, visit any public place or any office either in the public sector or in the private sector, one comes to the conclusion that we have lost our patience as society.
Patience is an expression of the respect we have for who another is and who we hope he or she might become.
But for years Patience, who danced with Top of the Pops dance troupe Legs & Co and was featured in Vogue magazine, struggled with anorexia - the illness that drove her to contemplate suicide.