nervousness

[ nur-vuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF nervousness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NERVOUSNESS

It is nothing but nervousness and fright at that horrible firing.

Suddenly she tore it open, her hands unsteady with nervousness.

A cold rage of nervousness beset her, so overpowering that she herself was amazed at it.

Lately, he had half confessed to her what a nervousness she had produced.

She misunderstood: he laughed, but his nervousness was genuine.

Doubtless the very controlling of the nervousness helped it.

He was very delicate and afflicted with nervousness that amounted to insanity at times.

In a Parisian green-room a new performer was complaining of nervousness.

Maybe, now that the time had come for the meeting, some feeling of nervousness was growing.

This is often a result of onanism, nervousness or constipation.

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