bundle of nerves


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a bundle of nerves

Someone who is very nervous, anxious, or uneasy. I was a bundle of nerves before the driving test started. Look at that poor bundle of nerves over there. She's so anxious she's shaking.
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bundle of nerves

a very nervous person. I was a bundle of nerves before my dental appointment.
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bundle of nerves

Extremely jittery, tense, or fearful person, as in For months after the accident, Aunt Jane was a bundle of nerves. [1930s]
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a bag/bundle of ˈnerves

(informal) a person who is very frightened, worried or nervous about something: She was a bundle of nerves at the start of the interview but she became more confident later.He’s a bag of nerves. He needs a break.
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bundle of nerves

n. a very nervous person. I’m just a bundle of nerves. I wish this were over.
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bundle of nerves

An extremely nervous person.
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LONE Scot Craig Matheson admitted he was a bundle of nerves on the opening day of the PGA Cup at The Carrick.
For the next 50 minutes the Pool defence looked a bundle of nerves as Brandy and Myrie-Williams led Hereford's battle for a result, but two late goals gave Pool their win.
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Down the center, a bundle of nerves runs from end to end.
I'm still a bundle of nerves when Bess goes out, although she hardly does since what happened.
It was if we were a big bundle of nerves in those first two games,'' Scorpions setter Mazi Sarahang said.
Everyone's final favourite was a bundle of nerves, which almost got the better of him as the unsettled Jackson asked the starter if he could stand up when he was down in his blocks.
Through thin fibers called axons, the nociceptors connect to the spinal cord, the pencil-thick bundle of nerves relaying information between the body's peripheral nervous system and the brain.
A membrane surrounding her spinal cord, the delicate bundle of nerves that sends messages between the body and brain, was damaged too.
On "The Buzz" last June 21, Charice admitted that she was a bundle of nerves prior to the interview, which the singer described as "detailed and intimate.
The four-time world champion was a bundle of nerves as she lined up on the runway for her first jump but produced a flawless performance, clearing each of the six heights she attempted, including a best of 1.
He can be a bundle of nerves at the best of time so it should pay to suggest he'll struggle to average anything close to Chandler's 91.
She's a skeletal bundle of nerves, an IED waiting to blow up on stage.
Washington, February 10 (ANI): Former Bond girl Denise Richards has been a bundle of nerves about her 'two left feet' and poor memory which she fears will fail her on talent show 'Dancing With The Stars'.