edgy adjective \ˈe-jē\
: nervous and tense
: having or showing a harsh or unkind quality
: new and unusual in a way that is likely to make some people uncomfortable
a : being on edge : tense, irritable
b : characterized by tension <edgy negotiations>
Examples of EDGY
- Too much coffee makes me edgy.
- Why are you so edgy?
- Their relationship has always been edgy.
- one of the director's edgier films
First Known Use of EDGY
Related to EDGY
- aflutter, antsy, anxious, atwitter, dithery, nervous, goosey, het up, hinky [slang], hung up, ill at ease, insecure, jittery, jumpy, nervy, perturbed, queasy (also queazy), tense, troubled, uneasy, unquiet, upset, uptight, worried
- calm, collected, cool, easy, happy-go-lucky, nerveless, relaxed
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