Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE NERVOUS

More and more nervous, she was losing hold on the sequence of her facts.

I think the horses were more nervous than I was, for they at least showed it.

She is more nervous about this inevitable meeting than she cares to own.

"Yes," answered the young girl, growing more and more nervous.

If she—she cared for him she could not be more nervous and shy.

The next morning found Frederick Graves more nervous than ever.

Mr. Leary was growing more and more nervous, and more and more chilled, too.

The longer Bud remained with the rustlers the more nervous some of them became.

If you have wives you will know what it is like for lots of us; only some is more nervous than others.

Mitch began to get more and more nervous and to kind of talk to himself.