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Some synonyms would be restive, agitated and fretful.
it means you are restless
An agitato is a tempo marking in a piece of music that the piece is to be played in a restless, agitated style, or a passage with this marking.
Restive means impatient of control or restraint. Restless means uneasy or unquiet, unable to remain at rest; perpetually agitated or in motion. A horse may be restless when loose in a field, but can only be restive if it is resisting control. A child can be restless from boredom, but can only be restive if someone is trying to make him do what he does not want.
The origin of the expression "the natives are restless" goes back to the 1933 film Island of Lost Souls. The saying is offered by Dr. Moreau when his human and beast creatures become agitated.
anxious, worried, active, bustling, hurried, unsettled, agitated, unstable, edgy, nervous, sleepless, troubled
The word antsy is an adjective that describes a person who is agitated, impatient, or restless. A good example of the use of the word is: The man was feeling antsy awaiting his jury trial.
Children and older people are especially sensitive to opioid analgesics and may have serious breathing problems after taking them. Children may also become unusually restless or agitated
Sounds like she might be dehydrated to me.
more restless, most restless
Restless is an adjective. Restless is not a verb.
Worried: Distressed, dismayed, agitated, fretting, anxious, troubled, uneasy, disquieted, restless, nervous, apprehensiveConfused: confounded, out of sorts, perplexed, unclear, foggy, baffled, bewildered, mystified, stupifiedIf you are worried *about* becoming confused, you would be apprehensive