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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjittersjit‧ters /ˈdʒɪtəz $ -ərz/ noun [plural]  informalWORRIED a nervous worried feeling, especially before an important event The jitters are worst in the capital, where 61% of people are fearful of a terrorist attack.
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jittersThe debt is causing jitters among experts.Another woman, comically strung-out, is interrupted in her jitters by a wounded man who tumbles hard through the cafe doors.Talking with professionals involved in your care can soothe preoperative jitters.So the fear of recession in the world's largest economy is sending jitters around the globe.Jody tries to jog away the jitters.The jitters have reached the public.
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