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stressy

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Pronunciation: /ˈstrɛsi
 
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Definition of stressy in English:

adjective (stressier, stressiest)

British informal
Displaying or characterized by anxiety, tension, or stress: she gets a bit stressy about me being away so much he’d had a very stressy day
More example sentences
  • I am feeling like I have things to say but not in a sad or stressy way.
  • Paula and myself were probably quite stressy to be around: young, difficult and big-headed.
  • I have a reasonably stressy job.

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