jumpy


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feeling or exhibiting nervous tension

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causing or characterized by jolts and irregular movements

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Cora and David thought of Jumpy as a good play and an interesting story about a woman and modern struggles.
First, the good news, if you hate bankers, jumpy or otherwise.
The extremely pixelated video rendered movement halting and jumpy.
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The DGA deal is certain to calm Hollywood's jumpy nerves.
Right now, though, he is, jumpy, anxious; ready to be outside doing something, playing ball, whatever.
Otherwise, people are jumpy without it having a good effect.
Yet some people would claim we are oppressing Jumpy.
The pages are visually jumpy and attention grabbing with small reproductions, paragraphs in boxes about Cassatt's evolution, journalistic comments by a student with photographs, and cartoons with speech balloons.
Both offensive lines have every right to be jumpy when lined up opposite Sunday's tough defences and pre-snap penalties are being called at the usual rate.
Richards describes the Virgin Mary as "a pretty special Sheila" and says that King Herod was "as jumpy as a wallaby on hot rocks", so he gathered together a bunch of smart blokes with "more degrees than a thermometer".
The manifolds will be shipped to the PSA Peugeot-Citroen engine plant in Tremery, France to be used in the Peugeot 206,306 and small utility vans Partner and Expert; the Citroen Xsara and small utility vans Bellingo, Jumpy and C15; and the Fiat small utility van Scudo.
Caffeine (found in chocolate and many soft drinks) is a more likely cause of restless, jumpy, or "hyper" behavior.