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  • Info Patience (or forbearing) is the state of endurance under difficult circumstances, which can mean persevering in the face of delay or provocation without acting on annoyance/anger in a negative way; or exhibiting forbearance when under strain, especially when faced with longer-term difficulties. more...
  • His mother did not have the patience to bring up her own three children.
  • "I think if you have a little patience, it will all make sense."
  • It takes time, care and patience to grow a beautiful, full head of hair.
  • With patience and proper care, these plants can become quite dramatic come spring.
  • There may come a time when their patience runs out.
  • He was known for his patience and brought out the best in his pupils.
  • They are as obvious as ever -- sometimes even trying our patience rather hard.
  • Their family bonds were strong, and they showed great love and patience toward their children.
  • He looked down on those of lower ranks and had little patience for failure.
  • It would be more of a war of patience than strength.
  • Patience of human users in the online world has been the subject of much recent scientific research.
  • His patience is finally rewarded when he is joined by another figure in black.
  • In general, all you need is care and patience, given that you have the necessary skills.
  • Michael announced that Patience would be the last record on sale to the public.
  • However, this time, their patience had been nearly pushed to its edge.
  • I knew this song, asked her for a few minutes of patience, so I could warm up.
  • Government officials responsible for public order worried about how long people's patience would last.
  • Able to score quickly when required, he was also recognised for his patience and strong defence.
  • However, in one episode, he shows next to no patience as a one-time joke.
  • He has often been criticized for his lack of patience at the plate.
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Words starting with patience

Meaning of patience

  • noun Good-natured tolerance of delay or incompetence