adjective, twitch·i·er, twitch·i·est.
Related formstwitch·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for twitchy
“James Woods refuses to toe the Hollyweird line,” Twitchy managing editor Lori Ziganto told The Daily Beast in an email.How James Woods Became Obama’s Biggest Twitter Troll|Asawin Suebsaeng|December 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Conservatives were quick to jump on the charges: websites like Twitchy and FrontPage Mag soon joined the anti-Tyson charge.
Eric Cantor: too twitchy (manly men do not visibly vibrate with nervous energy).Squishes, Step Aside: Ted Cruz and Chris Christie’s Old-School Manliness|Michelle Cottle|May 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But accuse him of not respecting voters enough to level with them, and he may get nervous and twitchy like he does sometimes.
The Texas governor looked flat-out awful, a combination of stiff, awkward, twitchy, and, now and again, homicidal.
It was a scraggy sorrel with twitchy ears and wicked eyes, but it looked tough as a mountain buck.The Treasure Trail|Marah Ellis Ryan
She sat on the porch, rocking, fanning, twitchy with Hugh's whining.
Maybe he felt something then, a twitchy twinge of grief, but he swallowed hard and it went away.Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town|Cory Doctorow
Her most positive experience was the revelation of Mrs. Flickerbaugh, the tall, thin, twitchy wife of the attorney.
He was still tense and twitchy when they reached the factory.New Hire|David M. Dryfoos