from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Characterized by jerky or spasmodic motion: the twitchy whiskers of a cat.
- adj. Nervous; jittery.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. susceptible to twitching a lot.
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The new design puts you in the cockpit sooner and the ground combat is more "twitchy"- meshing with the space system.
But "better" is a subjective term, and the so-called twitchy fingered kids who play Call of Duty make up a HUGE chunk of the player base, and therefore are responsible for contributing to the massive amount of units sold.
My voice isn't all that bad, but I was kind of twitchy and stuttery, especially in a situation when I was on the air live, working without a script.
I could see where a health-care business might be kind of twitchy about that sort of thing.
Well, "twitchy" might be a little strong, but check.
China watchers say Beijing is already "twitchy" because all three presidential candidates in Taiwan's March election advocate de facto independence.
Due to these frustrations, I can get kind of twitchy about the whole subject.
I am still trying to get my mind around a squirrel phobia - That would be a person to date, unlike spiders who must be squashed and mice that must be trapped or worse SNAPPED ug, I have that job as Linda has mouse phobia, sqirrels are kind of twitchy by nature and easily scared.
The "twitchy" lungs over-react even to cold air, exercise and smoke.
In the developer diary, Anthony Davidson explains the unique 'twitchy' way in which FORMULA ONE cars handle and how this is translated into authentic gameplay.
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