Difference between impatience and please
- a dislike of anything that causes delay
- a restless desire for change and excitement
- a lack of patience; irritation with anything that causes delay
The watch on deck soon came to the conclusion that "sailoring" was not particularly funny at night, for there was a good deal of gaping, and not a little impatience for the eight bells that would relieve them for
He waited for her arrival in a fever of impatience.
A note of impatience had entered his voice.
- give satisfaction
- give pleasure to or be pleasing to
- be the will of or have the will (to)
- used in polite request
I had to join this long queue, that snaked around a couple of times, and as each person left, a disembodied voice said, ‘Cashier number seven, please!’
But Arthur's do-gooder streak didn't particularly please other Republicans, and he became one of the few Presidents to fail to win his own party's nomination for re-election.
I'm pleased I didn't get that job, in a funny sort of way.