Examples of tizzy in a Sentence
She's always getting in a tizzy over minor things.
all in a tizzy because she can't find her car keys
Recent Examples of tizzy from the Web
The Daily Mail reports that Hall appeared on the radio show and dropped some details about Swift's love life—and one tidbit in particular is going to send Swifties into a tizzy.
On April 11, Lamar unveiled the official artwork, track list and release date for DAMN., sending hip-hop into a tizzy almost immediately as fans tried to decode what to expect on the Compton rapper’s fourth studio effort.
Photos of them eating breakfast on Sunday went viral, and news about a platonic kickback with friends last week sent Jelena shippers into a tizzy.
But another definition of crazy is doing the same thing over and over again expecting a different outcome, and liberals have been in an outraged tizzy ever since Trump came down that escalator two years ago.
This guy Foster from Grand Rapids, Mi., has the Internet in a tizzy.
In fact, there are state regulators in a foaming tizzy about their inability to collect sales taxes that have been nullified by Montana’s LLCs.
Kit Harington and Rose Leslie officially announced their engagement Wednesday, sending fans into a tizzy.
Only in August 2015 were monthly volumes close to $80 billion—but that was just after a botched currency devaluation that sent markets into a tizzy.
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Origin and Etymology of tizzy
First Known Use: 1935See Words from the same year
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