One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘she was restless, moving uneasily about the hut’
uneasy, ill at ease, restive, fidgety, edgy, on edge, tense, worked up, nervous, agitated, anxious, on tenterhooks, keyed up, apprehensive, unquiet, impatient
informal jumpy, jittery, twitchy, uptight, wired, like a cat on a hot tin roof
British informal like a cat on hot bricks, stressy
2‘he had spent a restless night’
sleepless, wakeful, insomniac
fitful, broken, disturbed, troubled, unsettled, uncomfortable
tossing and turning
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