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To be on tenterhooks


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To be on tenterhooks means to be in a state of anxiety and suspense.

Sample Usage

1. Shruti and Pranaya wished the teacher would stop rambling and announce the winner soon instead of keeping everybody on tenterhooks.

2. The postponement of the Tender announcement timings kept everybody on tenterhooks.


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