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stress +‎ -y



stressy (comparative stressier, superlative stressiest)

  1. (colloquial) stressful
    • 2007, Damien Wilkins, For Everyone Concerned: And Other Stories, page 28:
      That was one reason the Amsterdam show was so stressy. We'd been put on notice by the Board. Their nostrils strained for even a whiff of gay porn.
  2. (colloquial) stressed; irritable
    • 2009, Cathy Cassidy (quoting a letter), Letters To Cathy
      My dad's job is under threat and he is so stressy these days it's a nightmare being anywhere near him. He yells a lot and he's so unfair!