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stressy Line breaks: stressy
Pronunciation: /ˈstrɛsi/

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
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  • I'm coming home from a really stressy day at work.
  • Those that won't go forward, or are tense and stressy, suddenly become very relaxed.
  • So I was right, today continued to be a stupidly stressy day.

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