1 With indomitable patience and perseverance, Jefferson Hope possessed also a power of sustained vindictiveness, which he may have learned from the Indians amongst whom he had lived.
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2 "We must possess our souls in patience," said Mrs. Manresa again.
3 And at last his patience was rewarded.
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4 Have patience, sir," replied his counsellor; "I might retort your accusation, and blame the inconsiderate levity which foiled my design, and misled your own better judgment.
5 Still, however, his speech was hailed by Cedric as an incontestible token of reviving spirit in his companion, whose previous indifference had begun, notwithstanding his respect for Athelstane's descent, to wear out his patience.
6 "Thy patience, maiden," replied the Templar.
7 Gurth shall carry mine armour; and for the rest, rely on it, that as I will not overload Malkin's back, she shall not overcome my patience.
8 But her love was somehow only an excursion from her marriage with Clifford; the long, slow habit of intimacy, formed through years of suffering and patience.
9 Now quietly, subtly, she was unravelling the tangle of his consciousness and hers, breaking the threads gently, one by one, with patience and impatience to get clear.
10 It was the stillness, and the timeless sort of patience, in a man impatient and passionate, that touched Connie's womb.
11 Oh, I've no patience with these romances.
12 Mellors was slinging his gun over his shoulder, his face queer and expressionless, save for an abstracted look of patience.
13 But it's a delicate thing, and takes patience and the long pause.
14 I must really congratulate your ladyship," said she, "on the play being chosen; for though you have borne it with exemplary patience, I am sure you must be sick of all our noise and difficulties.
15 I cannot think of it with any patience; and it does appear to me an evil of such magnitude as must, if possible, be prevented.