in a sweat


: very nervous or worried about something
He's in a sweat about his exams.
There's no need to get in a sweat about minor details.

Examples of in a sweat in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web While our tester mentioned that the pillow isn't cool to the touch, the pillow kept them from waking up in a sweat, unlike with regular pillows. Jaylyn Pruitt, Health, 16 July 2023 In fact, Gabrielle loves to get in a sweat with her friends, and did so in 2019 alongside fellow fitness queens Mary J. Blige and Tracee Ellis Ross. Emily Shiffer, Women's Health, 13 May 2023 In August 2021, Addison hit up the celeb-favorite gym, DOGPOUND with her friend Kristen Ishmael, and the two got in a sweat sesh with the gym's trainer and founder, Kirk Myers. Emily Shiffer, Women's Health, 17 May 2023 But around the world, this highly mobile moth has farmers breaking out in a sweat. WIRED, 23 Nov. 2022 The Cardinals tweeted a video of Watt walking into Charlotte's Bank of America Stadium in a sweat suit on Sunday. Steve Reed, ajc, 2 Oct. 2022 If the undertaking of selecting the right temperature for your styling session puts you in a sweat, give Shark's HyperAIR a whirl. ELLE, 7 July 2022 Next, on The Real Housewives of Orange County, Noella couldn't quite take the heat in a sweat lodge but was ready to throw down once the ladies sat down for dinner. Mary Sollosi,, 4 Feb. 2022 One of her more famous outfits, an oft-Instagrammed look referenced in the final scenes of Spencer, features Diana in a sweat suit set, tucking the sweatpants into a pair of tall boots, topping it with a dressy blazer and accessorizing with a jaunty baseball cap. Cady Lang, Time, 5 Nov. 2021 See More

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“In a sweat.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 2 Oct. 2023.

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