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A Bundle Of Nerves ( very nervous; very nervous or frightened ... )

"A Bundle Of Nerves"

A person who is tense and nervous is a bundle of nerves.

Example: "I have to give a speech tomorrow, and I am a bundle of nerves."

It feels like one's nerves are tightly wrapped (a bundle) when one is a bundle of nerves.

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