nervous[ nur-vuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF nervous
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NERVOUS
Hipparete blushed, and with a quick and nervous motion touched her cithara.
It made her interlace her fingers with nervous anxiety, but it set a fire in her eyes.
Don't let them see you get nervous when they turn out of the coaches.
And the sight of his white face and his nervous right hand was too much for them.
The girl's answer was uttered with nervous eagerness which revealed her own stress of fear.
She looked at him with a nervous repugnance to his appearance, which she tried to subdue.
He rattled the snaffle in his mouth with nervous indecision—he had a notion to try it.
To be possessed of calm where all was nervous strain was something.
Chip's nervous system did not demand the relief of cachinnation.
Her eyes were hateful and her hands were nervous as she reviewed the past week.