OTHER WORDS FROM antsyants·i·ness, noun
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How to use antsy in a sentence
The pandemic had made them antsy to be social again, but the idea of a dance was inconceivable a year before.
I was starting to get a little antsy, and with all the other routes full, I decided to ask some of the climbers on the wall if I could climb behind them rather than wait for them to top out.
While I think many of us are getting antsy and want to get out and about, I think our relationship with the home has changed.
Even when she vowed to take a month or two off from traveling, she’d get antsy and book a last-minute getaway.Why the COVID-19 Pandemic Has Caused a Widespread Existential Crisis|Jamie Ducharme|December 29, 2020|Time
As an adult, well, it meant those same things, plus driving from one relative’s house to another, with two antsy little boys in the back seat.At the end of an isolating year, even the embarrassing, frustrating, weird parts of family gatherings feel missed|Theresa Vargas|December 26, 2020|Washington Post
But the polls tightened up, and people started getting a little antsy.
All antsy-ness dissipated when Kristian Nairn, a.k.a. Hodor, lumbered onstage.Game of Thrones: Sex, Swords, and Dragons at a Fans’ Night Out|Scott Bixby|March 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Handlers bring the puppies down in waves to prevent them from getting too tired, freaked out, or antsy while filming.
Unable to see the statue up close, as planned, the students are already antsy—running around the fountain behind us.
But following her second year, she says she “got antsy” and was ready to move on from classrooms and into audition rooms.‘Orange Is the New Black’ Star Taylor Schilling on Her Path to Prison|Marlow Stern|July 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Give the suits something to occupy themselves with—otherwise they get antsy and stir up trouble.Makers|Cory Doctorow
"Tell the truth, I'm sort of antsy to get back," Joe Kivelson said.Four-Day Planet|Henry Beam Piper