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Similar words: crackinglackinghijackingmagazine rackstrain every nervegenerally speakingnervenervesMeaning: adj. extremely irritating to the nerves. 
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1. My wedding was the most nerve-racking thing I've ever experienced.
2. The women and children spent a nerve-racking day outside waiting while fighting continued around them.
3. Fran faced a nerve-racking wait for her test results.
4. It was a nerve-racking drive up the mountain.
5. It lasted a nerve-racking eight months.
6. The unveiling was happy but nerve-racking.
7. It was nerve-racking, having him watch her as she slid her feet out of bed, and pushed them into soft mules.
8. Fran faced a nerve-racking wait for her medical test results.
9. Soderberg had a nerve-racking time, which seemed to be over by late 1987.
10. Once I had a rather nerve-racking experience with him when I was working the horse rake in the lower field.
11. It was rather nerve-racking,[] sitting there all on his own.
12. Especially in a nerve-racking setting, like a job interview?
13. He faced a nerve-racking wait for her test results.
14. Designed to elicit intense excitement and nerve-racking tension, thrillers create suspense by placing the protagonist in a perilous situation from which escape seems impossible.
15. CLEVELAND - Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James tells a newspaper that a cancer scare earlier this year was "nerve-racking" and had him on edge for a few days.
16. Most nerve-racking, he was so hard, or can't get ideal achievement.
17. Is nerve-racking panic-stricken the heart main startled, but hides the god young child spiritedly timid, wisdom not sufficient, if sees the thing exceptionally, or hears the special sound.
18. He had no thoughts save for the nerve-racking, body- destroying toil.
19. It is a fairly nerve-racking procedure if done by hand, but it definitely increases your confidence in dealing with the rest of the installation.
20. Although most people were relieved that the waiting game was over, the first days and nights were nerve-racking.
21. I also discovered that being a guest on a talk show is pretty nerve-racking.
22. Being too closely tied to one stock can be nerve-racking.
23. It is never too early to score, but Sunderland faced a nerve-racking 55 minutes after that breakthrough.
24. It was 12 May 1937, and the forty-one-year-old King was about to face one of the greatest- and most nerve-racking — days of his life: his coronation.
25. I was like, 'Yeah, we have a lot of oil in Scotland. ' I didn't know what to say. It was a bit nerve-racking. We were guests of honor of the vice mayor.
26. Likewise, we've endured the ever-dreaded swimsuit competition and the nerve-racking interview segment, in which at least one contestant routinely flops.
27. Researchers found that 57 per cent of people found entertaining friends for a meal more nerve-racking than commuting to work, while a quarter said it was more testing than a job interview.
28. In realized you live the train of thought low-spirited is nerve-racking, fixes your gaze on the faint smile, all is a trace which moves.
29. The other problem is the increased chance of the condom slipping off. That is not only nerve-racking but also awkward for everyone involved.
30. But it might also encourage the conferees to play to the gallery, a nerve-racking prospect for Wall Street given the surge in anti-bank sentiment over the course of this year.
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