Definitions

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  • adj. Fraught with angst.

Etymologies

angst +‎ -y (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • I love the idea of angsty, unsatisfied Teenage John skulking around Liverpool, calling loads of attention to himself both on purpose and by accident.

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  • No. Just as I thought, "man, Dick Meyer would love to see this," I heard what can only be described as angsty frat boy rock coming from a nearby radio.

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  • Not sure if it's something that adults will really like since it's kind of angsty and makes a lot of pop culture references.

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  • Berg managing director Matt Webb admits that many are "angsty" about it because it re-emphasises those controversial simplified league tables, but he also says they have worked hard to present a fair picture of each school.

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  • The not-so-nice word for that is "angsty," and I was no exception.

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  • But all indications are that he will return quite a bit more "angsty" and filled with doubt than long-time fans may remember.

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  • There's a lot of kind of angsty, who are we, growing pains going on in the record.

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  • So me and my younger bro were like "angsty" and "aimless" cuz we were trying to find a thing to "do" to forget this hunger.

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  • It's so funny because Brian will write these "angsty" things on our MySpace half as a joke and you don't really realize how many people are going to see it and how they'll react to it.

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  • As for the characters, Wataru, the main character comes out as a realistic 11 or so years old boy and the "angsty" moments are well handed.

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