from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Being in a state of nervous excitement; twittering: a crowd atwitter with expectation.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. twittering
- adj. nervously excited
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a twitter.
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The fact that it sets the Intelligent Design Creationists all atwitter is part of the fun.
The tech world has long been known as a world that favors guys, just this week twitter was all "atwitter" about a women in tech panel that occurred at the TechCrunch Disrupt event in SF.
The Internet was all "atwitter" last night with word that a new survey by Public Policy Polling, a Democratic-leaning firm, finds conservative Christine O'Donnell surging into a lead over moderate Mike Castle in tomorrow's GOP primary for Senate in Delaware.
Everyone is "atwitter" with this change and for good reason.
The Internet was all "atwitter" last night with word that a new survey by Public Policy
“So,” he said, folding his arms, too, “Cedar Springs is all atwitter at the prospect of Wyatt Clark having met someone?”
In 2007, industry blogs were atwitter about a rumor that Warner Brothers' head of production declared the studio was no longer interested in movies with female leads.
Getty Images Twitter Inc. got beat to "tweet," and its lawyers are all atwitter about it.
University of Wisconsin-Madison students must be all atwitter with the news that theirs is the most buzzed about university, at least according to the Global Language Monitor.
University of Wisconsin-Madison students must be all atwitter with the news that theirs is the most buzzed about university, at least according to the Global...