jangle (one's) nerves

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jangle (one's) nerves

To cause one to feel very nervous, anxious, or uneasy. I'm sorry I snapped at you. Knowing that the driving test is tomorrow has jangled my nerves. Don't listen to Todd—he's just trying to jangle your nerves before the big game.
See also: jangle, nerve
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