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
Chicago's restaurant scene was thrown into a tizzy the past few months, with dozens of restaurants who use bookings from Reserve, an OpenTable competitor, complaining of no-shows.
On the other side, coach Chris Beard’s motion offense kept UT in a tizzy.
On the other side, coach Chris Beard's motion offense kept UT in a tizzy.
That sent social media into a tizzy and produced a meme involving a screengrab from the Rockets’ recent blowout of the Cavs.
Though facial rollers come in varying forms—jade rollers are fantastic, as are ice rollers—there’s one tool in particular that has the beauty world in a tizzy of late: the Nurse Jamie Uplift Facial Massaging Roller.
After watching his team squander a 17-point fourth-quarter lead against the Charlotte Hornets before escaping with a 109-103 victory in overtime, Stotts left the Moda Center in a tizzy.
The alert caused a tizzy on the island and across social media.
The demand for tea during a live performance put the Internet in a tizzy.
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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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