Fluttery [adjective]

Definition of Fluttery:

under stress, pressure

Opposite/Antonyms of Fluttery:

Sentence/Example of Fluttery:

When I think of the real thing you can't imagine what a horrid cold fluttery feeling comes round my heart.

You know and I know, yet the thought of getting it all said to this young cherub in a brown snowsuit makes us a bit fluttery.

He just gets all fluttery when a girl takes away his masculine prerogative to make cleverly lewd witticisms.

I'd felt the fluttery rasp of his heart muscle as it had strained against my lift.

They're men, of course, and they're superior to women, but they're what I'd call more fluttery-like.

The woods and the hills went flut-flut-flut-fluttery-fluttery-flut-fllllluttery-flut.

That dumpy, fluttery woman, the nominal chaperone of the group, immediately seized upon Kenniston as usual.

Then the White Doggish Something leaped up and barked a sharp, fluttery bark like a signal.

Even as I crossed the campus the little, fluttery, flickery, hissing word "suicide" was in the air.

Men on the warships in the harbour heard the old familiar flut-flut-fluttery-fluttery-flut-flut-flut from the entrenchments.