atwitter

[ uh-twit-er ]
/ əˈtwɪt ər /

adjective

excited; nervous; aflutter; twittering: They were atwitter at the prospect of meeting a Hollywood star.

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Origin of atwitter

First recorded in 1825–35; a-1 + twitter
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