In these impatient times, allowing such a slow simmer is almost unheard of within the fashion business.
impatient and dismissive, punctuated by forced, faked little laughs and peevish demands for more airtime.
Yes, a Plan B, one that places more stock in patient strategy as opposed to impatient action.
He was an impatient man in the way I think alcoholics often are—they're really thinking about the next drink all the time.
But on TV, Biden seemed somehow much better: impassioned rather than impatient, aggressive rather than dismissive.
"Oh, let it go till I come again," said Gardley, impatient to be off.
She seems to have been impatient, violent, and ungovernable.
Franco, frowning angrily, made an impatient gesture of protest.
Then she allowed herself to be hustled inside by the impatient conductress.
"Call me at five," said I, passing up the stairs, and impatient to gain my room and be alone with my indignation.