What Does Antsy Mean?

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The term antsy means being agitated, impatient or restless, for example, she was too antsy to stay in one position for long. Antsy also refers to being nervous, apprehensive and fidgety.
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ants·y
[ant-see]
ADJECTIVE [ANTS·I·ER, ANTS·I·EST. INFORMAL.]
1.
unable to sit or stand still; fidgety: The children were bored and antsy.
2.
apprehensive, uneasy, or nervous: I'm a little antsy since hearing those storm warnings.
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Antsy is restless, fidgety as in "antsy children" or impatient, eager, nervous or apprehensive as
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The word antsy is an adjective that describes a person who is agitated, impatient, or restless. A good example of the use of the word is: The man was feeling antsy awaiting his jury
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(ănt'sē) adj. Slang , -si·er , -si·est . Restless or impatient; fidgety: The long wait made the children antsy. Nervous; apprehensive: "Camps got shot
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