[ fan-tod ]
/ ˈfæn tɒd /
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Usually the fantods . a state of extreme nervousness or restlessness; the willies; the fidgets: We all developed the fantods when the plane was late in arriving.
Sometimes fantods . a sudden outpouring of anger, outrage, or a similar intense emotion.
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British Dictionary definitions for fantod
/ (ˈfæntəd) /
crotchety or faddish behaviour
(pl) a state of restlessness or unease
Word Origin for fantod
C19: of uncertain origin
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