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British pronunciation/bˈʌndəl bˈaɡ ɒv nˈɜːvz/
American pronunciation/bˈʌndəl bˈæɡ ʌv nˈɜːvz/
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an extremely anxious or nervous person

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(bundle|bag) of nerves definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "bundle of nerves" and when to use it?

The phrase "bundle of nerves" is an idiomatic expression used to describe someone who is excessively anxious, tense, or nervous. The phrase likens the person's heightened state of nervousness to a tightly bundled collection of nerves. It suggests that the person's nervousness is intense and may manifest physically or emotionally.

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With relaxation techniques, he can manage his anxiety and avoid being a bag of nerves in stressful situations.
Her constant worrying and fidgeting make her seem like a bag of nerves, unable to stay calm.
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