verb (used without object)
Origin of jitter
Examples from the Web for jittering
"Nobody's said a word about it," said the Citizen's Representative, jittering.
Even as he stood there, outwardly calm but jittering internally, the Martian riders pulled up ten feet from the Earthmen.It's a Small Solar System|Allan Howard
Don Loris, jittering, shivered next to Hoddan's grandfather.
Don Loris, jittering, displayed a sort of professional conversational charm.
It took a few moments to steady her jittering thoughts enough to gain a more definite impression than that.Novice|James H. Schmitz
British Dictionary definitions for jittering
Word Origin for jitter
Word Origin and History for jittering
"to move agitatedly," 1931, American English; see jitters. Related: Jittered; jittering.