Examples of stage fright in a Sentence
She got over her stage fright by the second act.
I get stage fright whenever I have to speak in front of a large group of people.
Recent Examples of stage fright from the Web
Six Feet Under’s Lauren Ambrose is lovely, but her Eliza seems to be hampered by a metaphorical stage fright that never fully dissipates.
Like most graduates, teenager Carson Covey had a lot of things on his mind, but stage fright was not one of them.
Boise State got a case of stage fright in its debut in college softball's big show.
Then, the most anticipated picker of the day got stage fright.
The girls selected got a bit of stage fright and froze up, but Cabello handled the moment well, triggering a supportive cheer from the crowd.
Karaoke, though, melds all the best chemical aspects of performing with the anxiety of stage fright.
Pat’s sometimes shy brother didn’t display even a hint of stage fright during his kind words.
But with a spotlight on his chair during the oral argument on February 26th, Justice Gorsuch had an apparent bout of stage fright.
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STAGE FRIGHT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stage fright for English Language Learners
: a nervous feeling felt by someone who is going to appear in front of an audience
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