After a great deal of impatiently attempting to convince Andrea to come with her, Michonne finally just ditches Woodbury alone.
We love them too strongly, too impatiently; we look at them too hard.
"Never mind what you thought," retorted Galloway impatiently.
"I haven't any time to run about after that swine," he said impatiently.
“I take pleasure in nothing connected with this confounded affair,” said George, impatiently.
"We know that, already," answered Cayke the Cookie Cook, impatiently.
impatiently I smother the accusing whisper of my conscience, "By the right of revolutionary ethics."
"Why, there is nothing bad about it at all," he declares, impatiently.
The doctor drew Stuart into a seat and rushed on impatiently.
The two Haers looked at him, one impatiently, the other in weariness.