Examples of antsy in a Sentence
he was feeling understandably antsy about the tax audit
after a few minutes in the formal restaurant, the kids got antsy
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The former Navy safety sat out last season per NCAA transfer rules and was antsy playing on scout team.
The friends described Williams as antsy and having body armor with him.
This likely would have appealed to Jack, who could be antsy, too.
Gold Country Wildlife Rescue released a healthy, antsy female coyote into El Dorado County on Sunday evening, one month after rescuing it from the brink of fatal dehydration.
Smith has been antsy watching the Astros win 12 consecutive games without him.
As the team moved the ball toward dangerous territory, Lucas Biglia perhaps got antsy and tried a shot from way out.
Even if some fans were antsy to park and head inside the stadium, their annoyance seemed to melt away by Wagner's kindness.
In naming Zimmermann for his first career Opening Day start — in the face of any already antsy fan base which has yet to sell the game out — Gardenhire provided the most headline-grabbing look at his managing style.
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agog, anxious, ardent, athirst, avid, crazy, desirous, eager, enthused, enthusiastic, excited, great, greedy, gung ho, hot, hungry, impatient, keen, nuts, pumped, raring, solicitous, thirsty, voracious, wild;
champing at the bit, chomping at the bit;
ANTSY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of antsy for English Language Learners
: impatient and unable to keep still
: nervous about what might happen
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