tiz·zy || 'tɪzɪ n. excited state, tumultuous state

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  • tizzy — noun (plural tizzies) Etymology: origin unknown Date: 1935 a highly excited and distracted state of mind …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • tizzy — /tiz ee/, n., pl. tizzies. 1. Slang. a. a dither. b. a nervous, excited, or distracted state. 2. Brit. Obs. a sixpence. [1795 1805; orig. uncert.] * * * …   Universalium

  • tizzy — (also tizz) noun (plural tizzies) informal a state of nervous excitement or agitation. Origin 1930s (orig. US): of unknown origin …   English new terms dictionary

  • tizzy — /ˈtɪzi / (say tizee) Colloquial –noun (plural tizzies) 1. → tizz. –adjective (tizzier, tizziest) 2. gaudy, vulgar; tinselly. –phrase (tizzied, tizzying) 3. tizzy up, to titivate (a person) or decorate (a thing) in a cheap and showy way: the… …   Australian English dictionary

  • tizzy — (also tizz) ► NOUN (pl. tizzies) informal ▪ a state of nervous excitement or agitation. ORIGIN of unknown origin …   English terms dictionary

  • tizzy — ☆ tizzy [tiz′ē ] n. pl. tizzies [< ?] Informal a state of frenzied excitement, esp. over some trivial matter …   English World dictionary

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