Апресян Ю.Д. Англо-русский синонимический словарь
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Апресян Ю.Д.
Англо-русский синонимический словарь
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wan and nervous (W. S. Maugham. 'Rain'), He was a dark-eyed, highly strung youngster and his wife was nervous loo and not un! ike him in appear ance (A. J. Cronin. ‘The Citadel')- Ho was both nervous and amiable, and conse quently he laughed a great deal at noth ing in particular (J. Й. Priestley, ‘Angel Pavement'). You look exactly as you did that first day —very haughty ant) proud and nervous — even a little ridic ulous (A. J. Cronin, ‘The Citadel').

Wc had я cold scratch breakfast —she was too nervy to cook (H. Lee, 'To Kill a Mockingbird’). ..she’s a very nervy little person (A. J. Cronin, 'The Citadel').

He lelt unquiet and alone (The Random House Dictionary), ..they have not the restless unquiet temperament associated with the Anglo-Saxon race (A. Buchan an - W.).

1 still feel uneasy about this business, Margaret (E. ;VI. Forster, ‘Howard’s End'). Also 1 was uneasy. Could 1 still keep Eden’s goodwill? (C. P. Snosi, 'Time o[ Hope'). 1 was uneasy when Mr. Smith trundled to [lie deep end.. (Gr. Greene. 'The Quiet American'). She wandered about the kite hen, llimking oi her father’s winmaurf, uneasy, agitated.. (A. J. Cro nin, 7Jattar's Castle’). And then slic grew uneasy and full of gloom and thought to herself that if Ihe child were joy yet was it a new Hate for sorrow lo enter by.. (Pearl Buck, ‘The Mother').

Yet I was restless away from ray place: it was as lhuu£li 1 had lo catch a train (C. P. Snow, ‘Time of hope). For a long tinie he stood there .. wondering why this evening he fell so strangely restless.. (G, Gordon, ‘Lei the Day Petish'). That afternoon she wrung out the duster, unusually restless and nervous even for her (C. P. Snow, ‘Time of Hope'). Fit fully tie tried to concentrate on his clini cal research.. Impossible. lie was too restless (A, J. Cronin, ‘The Citadel'). When she {the mother) was gone the man grew rest less.. (Pearl Buck, 'The Mother'). Fleur! A pretty name — a pretty child! BuL restless — too restless; and wilful! (J. Galsworthy, 'To Let'). We had always known that he was restless and eccentric.. (C. P. Snow, ‘Time of Hope').    .

..Prosper ProEonii had long been gone he didn t Is now where, and his wife had been decidedly less restive and sarcastic ever since (j. Galsworthy, ‘Tlie White Monkey'). 1 want some one lo amuse Fleur;

she’s restive (J, Galsworthy, ‘To Let'). ..she was behaving extremely well, wilh all her children at home gaping for new'S of their father .. and Val very restive about the whole thing (J. Gals worthy, 'In Chancery').

She twisted about on the keg becoming nervous and fidgety as Will still did not come (M. Mitchell, ‘Gone with the Wind’). Once in Me throes of a toilet composition, Aileen invariably became restless and energetic, almost fidgety.. (77l. Dreiser. 'The Titan’). All of (hem, all (he men she knew, even the drowsy-eyed Ashley and fidgety old Frank, were like lhat under neath — murderous, violent if need arose (M. Milchell, ‘Gone with the Wind’).

London seemed perfectly calm and as usual, and yet there was something fe verish about it (Ii. Aldington. ‘Death of a Hero').

He lost several men as prisoners, and the Brigadier was a bit nasty about It, which made George more rattled and Jumpy than ever (R. Aldington, 'Death. с/ a Hero'). ..how jumpy he was when she had a cold — and how always he came home tor Lea (J. Galsworthy, 'The White Monkey'). Everyone was so jumpy lately, even Rock, who was usually calm (H. Rob bins, ‘The Dream Merchants'),

The new young bartenders in red jackets manned the three posts, cheerfully jittery as horses before a race (H. Wank, 'Don't Stop the Carnival'). A tall, bony, slightly jittery man .. he seemed distracted and more nervous than usual (H. Wouk, *Don't Stop the Carnival').

IMPATIENT II, NERVOUS, разг. NERVY, UNQUIET, UNEASY, REST LESS, RESTIVE, FEVERISH ‘выражаю щий нетерпение, бесгтоко1ктво н.пи нерв ное возбуждение или характеризуемый этими чудегаами’ нетерпеливый, нерв ный, беспокойный, возбужденный, тре вожный, лихорадочный (о глазах, мими ке, жестах, голосе, действиях, состояни ях, свойствах, отрезкам времени и т.. п.).

[31 Между синонимами сохра няются смысловые различия, отме ченные в ряду impatient 1: an impatient jesture нетерпеливый жест; impatient striving lor success нетерпеливое стрем ление добиться успеха; nervous fears нервические страхи; a nervous lapping of the fingers нервное постукивание пальцами; nervy liveliness нергшая ве селость; ап unquiet night треножная ночь; unquiet times тревожные времена;