atwitter


Related to atwitter: twitter

a·twit·ter

 (ə-twĭt′ər)
adj.
Being in a state of nervous excitement; twittering: a crowd atwitter with expectation.

atwitter

(əˈtwɪtə)
adv
twittering, nervously excited

a•twit•ter

(əˈtwɪt ər)

adj.
excited; nervous; twittering.
[1825–35]
Translations

atwitter

adj pred (fig)in heller Aufregung
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with such insistence and wily finesse that they even got the scientific community all atwitter about an imaginary "global warming hiatus.
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Atwitter poll conducted by Match of the Day after Arsenal's victory over Liverpool asked whether the Gunners will win the Premier League.
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