virtue n.behavior; goodness.
Patience is a virtue.
stressed out abeing anxious, tired, irritable
I was really stressed out before finals.
queue na line of people, usually standing or in cars, waiting for something
There was a long queue of traffic stretching down the road.
annoyed aslightly angry, irritated
I was so annoyed with him for turning up late.
apologetic aregretful; showing that you feel sorry about having caused someone problems or unhappiness
She was so apologetic about forgetting my birthday it was almost embarrassing.
The play received generally unfavorable reviews.
grateful athankful; expressing gratitude
I'm so grateful to you for all that you've done.
disciplinarian na person who believes in keeping complete control of the people he or she is in charge of, especially by giving severe punishments
He was a strict disciplinarian and a firm believer in corporal punishment.
tendency npropensity; an inclination toward a particular characteristic
There is a tendency for unemployment to rise in the summer.
impatience nthe feeling of wanting something to happen as soon as possible
He was already half an hour late, which explains his impatience to leave.
lose temper vto become very angry
The children behaved so badly that I lost my temper.
run out vto finish, use, or sell all of something, so that there is none left
Time is running out.