nervy


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Related to nervy: easy mark, unconquerable
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showing or requiring courage and contempt of danger

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offensively bold

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NERVY Gary Barlow rushed off from filming Take That's new video yesterday after his wife went into labour.
Flash forward to the present, where the girl has become a brash, nervy meteorologist (Helen Hunt) obsessed with conquering the beast that took her father.
The Ospreys recorded a nervy win at Bourgoin to take the eighth and final place in the quarter-finals - the first time they have reached that stage - and Holley said it was good news for all Wales fans.
It was nervy of Bart to try to include his sister-in-law and her husband when you barely know his wife.
With two minutes to go, Glanville scored to ensure a nervy finish but the visitors held on for a well-deserved win.
United's nervy SMALLING called for Samuel SMALLING conceded a penalty on United's last visit to St James's Park with some poor defending and it is alarming such an experienced footballer should succumb to mistakes those 10 years younger are prone to making.
But the crosswinds threat made for a nervy day and the crashes included the Astana crew of Fabio Aru, 18 seconds behind Froome in second, with Jakob Fuglsang and team-mate Dario Cataldo hitting the deck.
Android in La La Land (BBC4, 11pm) The nervy young man born Gary Webb may have seemed an unlikely pop star in many respects, but at the end of the 1970s Gary Numan wasn't just a chart-topper, he was one of the most famous men on the planet.
I was nervy first thing but I got some rhythm going.
Before sending the nervy pair on their way, the officer added: "We are on the lookout for all sorts.
Patrick Bamford and Lee Tomlin put the hosts 2-0 ahead before Kenwyne Jones' late consolation set up a nervy conclusion to a scrappy encounter.
wonderfully played by Buttereld, is too aloof to be cute while his mother and teacher are so plausibly nervy, you're never sure if the attraction they feel for one Our young hero, wonderfully played by Buttereld, is too aloof to be cute while his mother and teacher are so plausibly nervy, you're never sure if the attraction they feel for one another will ever blossom into romance.
AINTREE and Fazakerley captained by the long serving Steve Webster won a very nervy Fenerty Cup final to put an end to the league champions JJ's dreams of completing the double.
In his 101st one-day international he saw the job through for a nervy three-wicket win which levelled the series against West Indies at 1-1 with one to play.
Dave Ward touched down for Quins to set up a nervy finale but Gloucester held on to claim their first win of 2014.