stressy


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stressy

(ˈstrɛsɪ)
adj, stressier or stressiest
informal displaying or characterized by stress
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I want to thank everyone who's put up with my stressy moods and to Matej taking on my work commitments.
She added: "I want to thank everyone who's put up with my stressy moods, and to Matej, taking on my commitments.
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I gave it all today, it was a little stressy at the end.
Kim, thanks for watching, I knew you sent me a message before the match -- don't be too stressy," Mertens said.
Kim, thanks for watching, I knew you sent me a message before the match don't be too stressy," said Mertens, who trains at Clijsters' academy.
And so it makes sense that stressy, 'booze-fueled' months may see a rise in the number of people keen to take medication.
And despite an encouraging start, with lots of high-fives and fist bumps, it's not long before all four degenerate into quivering, stressy, shadows of their former selves.
And despite an encouraging start, it's not long before all four contestants degenerate into quivering, stressy, shadows of their former selves.
He has always been a hard horse to train because he can be a bit buzzy and stressy, and we have probably been a bit kind to him," he said.
complete amateurs been Please buy a "I had to be quite stressy and strict at times," recalls the charming 38-yearold choirmaster.