jumpy

[ juhm-pee ]SEE DEFINITION OF jumpy

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These books are only good to muddle your head and make you jumpy.

But Edna and Mrs. Pulsifer acted sort of restless and jumpy.

First off she's inclined to be nervous and jumpy and don't want to talk about Babe at all.

When that condition bettered, and he began to feel again, he was nervous and jumpy.

Alan felt tense and jumpy, and hoped not too much of it showed.

When I was a mass of bruises and aches, to say nothing of jumpy nerves.

It certainly makes one jumpy to have one's relations in the army.

Girls are often jumpy, but not often quite so easily overcome, Jane thought.

Ive been jumpy as a cat with eight of its lives gone for the past year.

Weeks of espionage at Blaauwildebeestefontein had made me jumpy.

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