Examples of jittery in a Sentence
I always get jittery when I have to give a speech.
The latest economic news has made some investors jittery.
Recent Examples of jittery from the Web
Muguruza was obviously feeling a bit jittery during the match.
A range of new gadgets and apps, all targeted at security-conscious travelers, are sold to jittery tourists.
WASHINGTON — Republicans are increasingly jittery over rushing to demolish much of President Barack Obama’s health care law without having a GOP alternative that’s ready to go.
Republicans are increasingly jittery over rushing to demolish much of President Barack Obama's health care law without having a GOP alternative that's ready to go.
Relations between Washington and Beijing have been especially jittery in recent weeks.
The animation that depicted these chances was a jittery little needle on a dial indicator, and early in the evening the joke was that its constant, frantic quiver was going to drive everyone nuts.
But even if the Fed holds off once more, the dollar could still rise if jittery investors start worrying about China’s slowdown or the fallout of the U.K.’s divorce from the European Union.
How Writing an Advice Column Changed Heather Havrilesky’s Life My bravado became jittery and indifferent in an office environment.
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First Known Use of jittery
JITTERY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of jittery for English Language Learners
: very nervous
JITTERY Defined for Kids
Definition of jittery for Students
1 : very nervous I get jittery before a test.
2 : showing nervousness jittery handwriting
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