Synonyms of nervous in English:

nervous


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adjective

1‘a thin, nervous woman who always wore black’

SYNONYMS
highly strung, easily frightened, easily agitated, anxious, edgy, tense, excitable, jumpy, skittish, brittle, neurotic, hysterical
timid, timorous, mousy, shy, fearful, frightened, frightened of one's own shadow, apprehensive, scared
British nervy
informal trepidatious
ANTONYMS

calm, relaxed, easy-going

2‘the day Richard started teaching, he was so nervous he couldn't eat breakfast’

SYNONYMS
anxious, worried, apprehensive, on edge, edgy, tense, strained, stressed, agitated, in a state of nerves, in a state of agitation, uneasy, restless, worked up, keyed up, overwrought, wrought up, strung out, jumpy, on tenterhooks, with one's stomach in knots, fidgety, fearful, frightened, scared, with one's heart in one's mouth, like a cat on a hot tin roof, quaking, trembling, shaking, shaking in one's shoes, shaky, on pins and needles, in a cold sweat, fevered, febrile
informal with butterflies in one's stomach, jittery, twitchy, in a state, uptight, wired, in a stew, all of a dither, all of a doodah, in a sweat, in a flap, in a tizz, in a tizzy, all of a lather, het up, in a twitter
British informal strung up, stressy, windy, having kittens, like a cat on hot bricks
North American informal spooky, squirrelly, in a twit
Australian, New Zealand informal toey
British vulgar slang shitting bricks, bricking oneself
dated overstrung
ANTONYMS

cool, calm, relaxed, laid-back

3‘a nervous disorder’

SYNONYMS
neurological, neural, neuro-