Definition of skittery in English:

skittery

Syllabification: skit·ter·y
Pronunciation: /ˈskitərē
 
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adjective

Restless; skittish: a skittery horse
More example sentences
  • He faced me fully, looking nervous and skittery.
  • Sunny days are okay, but if the water is sub 10-feet the bream can be shy and skittery and bites are difficult to hit.
  • In her speedy, skittery conversational style, Karen, 27, says that giving everything of herself didn't leave much.

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