Definition of overstrung in English:

overstrung

adjective

  • 1(of a piano) with strings in sets crossing each other obliquely.

    • ‘In a detailed note he explains that because it is not overstrung, the different registers have their own character.’
    • ‘An overstrung piano has the bass strings running diagonally across the piano, crossing over the treble strings.’
  • 2dated (of a person) extremely nervous or tense.

    • ‘She's overstrung to-day. If it were you, you'd be in hysterics.’
    • ‘Her aunt on one side of her, and Mr. Stephens on the other, did all they could to soothe her, and at last the weary, overstrung girl relapsed into something between a sleep and a faint.’
    nervous, anxious, tense, on edge, edgy, strained, stressed, agitated, apprehensive, in a state of nerves, in a state of agitation, uneasy, restless, worked up, keyed up, overwrought, wrought up, strung out, jumpy, on tenterhooks, with one's stomach in knots, fidgety, fearful, frightened, scared, with one's heart in one's mouth, like a cat on a hot tin roof, quaking, trembling, shaking, shaking in one's shoes, shaky, on pins and needles, in a cold sweat, fevered, febrile
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Pronunciation:

overstrung

/ˈōvərˌstrəNG/