Definition

4 Nov

high-strung

   /ˈhaɪˈstrʌŋ/ Show Spelled[hahystruhng] Show IPA

adjective

at great tension; highly excitable or nervous; edgy: high-strung nerves; a high-strung person.
Origin: 1740–50
Synonyms tense, temperamental; jumpy, edgy, jittery, uptight.
 

 

Gem·i·ni

   /ˈdʒɛməˌnaɪ, -ni/ Show Spelled[jemuh-nahy, -nee] Show IPA

 

pluralnoun,genitiveGem·i·no·rum  /ˌdʒɛməˈnɔrəm, -ˈnoʊr-/ Show Spelled[jem-uhnawruhm, –nohr-]
 
Adaptable and versatile
Communicative and witty
Intellectual and eloquent
Youthful and lively
Nervous and tense
Superficial and inconsistent
Cunning and inquisitive
Mental Brilliance
Diplomacy
Vivacity
Enthusiasm
Tact
Cheerfulness
humorous and out going
stubborn
 
 
Yea, thats me.
  

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