[ US /ˈæntsi/ ]
[ UK /ˈæntsi/ ]
  1. nervous and unable to relax
    a restless child
    a constant fretful stamping of hooves
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How To Use antsy In A Sentence

  • I read a large amount of news online, but I still practice an almost ritualistic reading of the physical paper; so much so that I get antsy when some else reads my virginal paper before I get to it.
  • The mood in the room seemed loose, but the word "antsy" was used pretty often. The Washington Post: National, World & D.C. Area News and Headlines - washingtonpost.com
  • And l'editrix is starting to get antsy for something to mock-up the copy around. * sigh* Water of Life
  • Hugh, never the best of patients, was getting antsy at being cooped up -- and antsy at what had so far gone unsaid between him and Rose. JUST BETWEEN US
  • Antsy of late over his management style, investors and analysts have tossed about sobriquets including "megalomaniac" and "acquisition crazy," with some saying his spending must be reined in. People To Watch: The Week AheadThe Week Ahead: Feb. 27-March 3
  • I get kind of antsy quickly and I like being on the move. HOLLYWOOD INSIDER: Josh Gates Spills The Beans on Spooky Happenings on Destination Truth!
  • It was a long drive and the children started to get antsy.
  • When I first heard of the fact that this new team was going to come in and do new material and add to our material, I was a little kind of antsy and worried about it.'' Boston.com Top Stories
  • KEITH BRYANT, MASTER CHIEF: I think initially the people were kind of antsy and anxious to get started. CNN Transcript Nov 11, 2001
  • More than an hour or two about a movie makes me kind of antsy and grumpy! Cutting the Cable - And She Knits Too!
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