impatient

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Related to impatiently: shrewdly, uneventful
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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.
But Ernest's glance took me in and questioned impatiently past and around the room.
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.
The projectile was consequently cast on the 2nd of November, and immediately forwarded by the Eastern Railway to Stones Hill, which it reached without accident on the 10th of that month, where Michel Ardan, Barbicane, and Nicholl were waiting impatiently for it.
He walked impatiently to and fro and finally turned his nose toward the Field of Wonders.
I could now, therefore, return impatiently to enquire what hath happened to this lovely creature since her departure from her father's, but that I am obliged first to pay a short visit to Mr Blifil.
Yes, yes; well, never mind," interposed Aunt Polly, a trifle impatiently.
The little girl, shifting impatiently from one small foot to the other, sighed audibly.
He was impatiently looking forward to the news that she was married, or just going to be married, hoping that such news would, like having a tooth out, completely cure him.
The Jew shook his head impatiently, and said in a whisper, 'Is HE here?
About an hour before he had become conscious, and after vague, vacant looks around him, had muttered something about "a letter," which he presently repeated impatiently.