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Hello.

Can I say "He is a patient patient.", when I want to say "He is a patient with tolerance."?

Doesn't it sound wierd?
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Hi,

Can I say "He is a patient patient.", when I want to say "He is a patient with tolerance."? Yes, you can.

Doesn't it sound weird? Yes, it does.

It sounds like you are trying to be amusing..

Best wishes, Clive
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It sounds weird. Why don't you say?

He is a tolerant patient.