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twitchy

twitchy

twitchy Sentence Examples

  • The controls work surprisingly well too, with the analog nub feeling a little better than the Playstation 2's rather twitchy left analog stick.

  • Some of my mates are getting a bit twitchy now ahead of next week's CL qualifier.

  • The government keeps marking schools on their test scores - this makes teachers really twitchy.

  • But every time there's a rumble of a revival we get a little twitchy.

  • If you are too rough with the throttle, or turn-in too hard, you make the car too twitchy.

  • It was nervous at the rear and very twitchy even in a straight line.

  • She didn't know why she felt so twitchy, so drawn to the Thames.

  • That said, there's little feedback and things can get slightly twitchy on the motorway because of this steering sharpness.

  • Toward the end of my pregnancy she seemed quite twitchy, sending me up to the hospital a couple of times for monitoring.

  • A lot of the hopefuls are starting to get twitchy with the way they are being locked in.

  • Wound tighter than clockwork frog, she looks so twitchy that you expect her to develop some kind of tic.

  • twitchy moment, watching this morning's interview.

  • twitchy handling.

  • twitchy paranoia masking great strength.

  • twitchy noses, really are intrinsically funny.

  • twitchy movements of partial reversal may also be seen, and the patient may become distressed and agitated.

  • twitchy man in the back sketching and looking at the model and sketching.

  • Some of my mates are getting a bit twitchy now ahead of next week 's CL qualifier.

  • The government keeps marking schools on their test scores - this makes teachers really twitchy.

  • But every time there 's a rumble of a revival we get a little twitchy.

  • If you are too rough with the throttle, or turn-in too hard, you make the car too twitchy.

  • It was nervous at the rear and very twitchy even in a straight line.

  • She did n't know why she felt so twitchy, so drawn to the Thames.

  • That said, there 's little feedback and things can get slightly twitchy on the motorway because of this steering sharpness.

  • Toward the end of my pregnancy she seemed quite twitchy, sending me up to the hospital a couple of times for monitoring.

  • A lot of the hopefuls are starting to get twitchy with the way they are being locked in.

  • Wound tighter than clockwork frog, she looks so twitchy that you expect her to develop some kind of tic.

  • That said, I did have a twitchy moment, watching this morning 's interview.

  • For a car that looked so good it was a bit of a disappointment, with nervous steering and twitchy handling.

  • She looks great and a bit gothy, and does a nice line in twitchy paranoia masking great strength.

  • Because hamsters, with their little fluffy twitchy noses, really are intrinsically funny.

  • The typical twitchy movements of partial reversal may also be seen, and the patient may become distressed and agitated.

  • We see a short haired, twitchy man in the back sketching and looking at the model and sketching.

  • Not quite sure what was up with BB as she was twitchy and unsettled most of the time and permanently latched on - sigh.

  • Formerly EA.com, Pogo is a site targeted specifically at casual gamers - people who like their games simple, quick, and without a lot of twitchy action.

  • I expected twitchy graphics and the "player-on-greenscreen" effect (where it looks like they were filmed on a stadium background) and that's what I got.

  • This coupled with twitchy camera angles, definitely makes it hard to enjoy the game as it was meant to be.

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