One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘I could see that he was agitated and edgy’
upset, perturbed, flustered, ruffled, disconcerted, unnerved, disquieted, disturbed, distressed, unsettled, bothered, concerned, troubled, anxious, alarmed, worked up, worried, harassed
nervous, jittery, jumpy, on edge, tense, overwrought, frantic, keyed up, in a panic
inflamed, stirred up
informal rattled, fazed, discombobulated, in a dither, in a flap, in a state, in a lather, in a tizz, in a tizzy, all of a dither, beside oneself, hot and bothered, hot under the collar
British informal having kittens, in a spin, in a flat spin, stressy
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