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
But with a spotlight on his chair during the oral argument on February 26th, Justice Gorsuch had an apparent bout of stage fright.
Cassedy, a Turpin sophomore with Down Syndrome, suffered from a brief bout of stage fright and struggled to get started.
This is also her first solo show in Los Angeles, and there’s not one iota of stage fright here.
Certain questions that Keys fielded, like one about how to overcome stage fright before performing with a school band, seemed simple for an athlete to confidently address.
In an interview with the Archive of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, McClanahan revealed Getty’s stage fright.
Each song has a meaning, as Miguel summons his courage, conquers his stage fright and learns that songs can be the connection, the memory that connects the living and the dead.
Bob has been a professional comedian and Annette is a voice coach and active with Toastmasters, so no worry of stage fright.
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First Known Use of stage fright
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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