embarrassment, anger, delirium, calm, concern, impetuosity, anxiety, animation, perturbation, excitement, rest, care, worry, disquiet, uncontrollability, disquietude, composure, agitation, feelings, steadiness, inspiration, turbulence, nerves, vehemence, impatience, stimulation, discomfiture, jitters, jumpiness, hastiness, screaming meemies, skittishness, solicitude, restiveness, unease, anxiousness, angst, sensitiveness, intoxication, poise, uneasiness, elation, distress, jitteriness, irascibility
excitability (part of speech: noun)
explosiveness, ardency, hot-temperedness, sensitivity, recklessness, rashness, crankiness, quick-temperedness, short-temperedness, combustibility, brittleness, fragility, tempestuousness, excitableness, touchiness, irritability, storminess, volatility, edginess, emotionality, impulsiveness, passion
- Then he laughed at himself for his nervousness and strove not to think of the sounds. - "The Crimson Sweater", Ralph Henry Barbour.
- Somehow he missed his footing in his nervousness, and the next instant he felt himself falling. - "The-Circus-Boys-Across-the-Continent-or-Winning-New-Laurels-on-the-Tanbark", Darlington, Edgar B. P..
- I felt very nervous, and as if my knees were giving way; but I did not show any nervousness. - "An Autobiography", Catherine Helen Spence.