Definition of tizzy
: a highly excited and distracted state of mind
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
And this latest one will surely send Royal Family followers into a tizzy.
Early rumors that British pharma giant AstraZeneca's chief executive, Pascal Soriot, was considering jumping ship to the major (and troubled) generic drug manufacturer Teva sent the biopharma world into a tizzy.
Pooh Bear isn’t the only one putting censors in a tizzy, according to Yang.
The 2017 NBA draft did not disappoint, bringing a few to the surface and sending Twitter into a tizzy.
People have worked themselves into a tizzy over remakes before.
Wentz was an early sensation, ripping off three wins to start his career and sending the normally skeptical Philly fans into a Wentz-for-Canton tizzy.
Comey’s seven-page opening statement released the day ahead of his appearance pitched Washington into a tizzy.
Payday and title loan companies have been in a tizzy since the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau proposed rules last year aimed at making the industry more trustworthy and consumer-friendly.
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Origin and Etymology of tizzy
First Known Use: 1935See Words from the same year
TIZZY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tizzy for English Language Learners
: a state in which you feel very worried, upset, and confused
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