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 consumer gaming world might be in a tizzy about 4K consoles and displays of late, but that resolution standard wasn't nearly enough for one team of PC tinkerers.
Irving sent the NBA into a tizzy last week after word leaked out that the Cleveland Cavaliers' star point guard requested a trade in a meeting with team owner and Detroit native Dan Gilbert.
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.
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.
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Origin and Etymology of tizzy
First Known Use: 1935See Words from the same year
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