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
But jittery investors latched onto his warning, not his reassurance.
But the anxiety, paranoia and general jittery quality of Byrne's earliest work has shed its skin offering a more translucent view of a skeletal system and its beating heart.
Since then, investors appear to have become less jittery about hawkish trade statements by the president.
Shooting largely with a handheld camera, Qu generates a jittery energy that makes the characters' stress palpable.
Not too many things make a beat writer more jittery than a rainy forecast on getaway day.
For the record, Klotzbach is not completely convinced a hurricane could happen, just a jittery open to the season, which officially starts June 1.
Revisions to the main Senate bill on sentencing reform to ensure violent offenders did not benefit kept some jittery conservatives onboard — but not Sessions.
Set in 1929 and ’30, the show captures the jittery throb of Germany’s fragile, fractious but richly creative Weimar era as its brief existence got crushed in the Great Depression and indignant nationalism congealed into Nazism.
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keyed up, on edge, on pins and needles, on tenterhooks;
JITTERY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of jittery for English Language Learners
: very nervous
JITTERY Defined for Kids
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