stressy


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stressy

(ˈstrɛsɪ)
adj, stressier or stressiest
informal displaying or characterized by stress
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STRESSY SITCH: You're so far behind in Spanish, it's driving you muy loco.
Which is when my stressy, anxiety-riddled brain decides it shall go into 3am overdrive, leaving me weak-of-body, fuzzy-of-head, and not a little emotionally fragile (read: weeping all over sleeping husband at 6am, which is just how he likes to begin his day).
I can get stressy while Nick gets grumpy but once they've all gone to bed, if you can crack open a bottle of wine and sit and laugh about it, that's the best remedy.
I can get stressy and run around while Nick gets grumpy and shouts, but once they've all gone to bed, if you can crack open a bottle of wine and just sit and laugh about it, that is the best remedy.
"Kim, thanks for watching, I knew you sent me a message before the match -- don't be too stressy," Mertens said.
She's the first Belgian since Kim Clijsters in 2012 to reach the semifinals in Australia, and knew she had plenty of support at home."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.
"I gave it all today, it was a little stressy at the end.
And so it makes sense that stressy, 'booze-fueled' months may see a rise in the number of people keen to take medication.
Liu, "Atorvastatin post-conditioning attenuates myocardial ischemia reperfusion injury via inhibiting endoplasmic reticulum stressy related apoptosis," Shock, vol.
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.