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Adjective
Feeling upset or stressed out
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“I was feeling wound up from the constant drama.”
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Denotes a termination of something or an action
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Troubled or irritated by something unwanted or disliked (an annoyance)
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Out of control from extreme anger
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Easily upset or irritated
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Intensely preoccupied with, or by, a given topic or emotion
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Without hope or prospect of completion, success, or survival
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To have carried out an action to the end
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“The Harner girls wind up the show with a rumba, doing it faster than their other numbers.”
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To have triggered a passionate feeling or reaction
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Past tense for to gradually eliminate or bring to an end
“He should continue to operate as he had been operating up to Christmas, and then gradually wind up the whole of his share transactions, and invest the proceeds in some sound stock.”
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Past tense for to annoy or make angry
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“She'd really wind Eddie up into a state of mania by wanting to party all the time.”
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Past tense for to tease, make fun of, or play a prank on
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“The other players would try to wind Lebron up by calling Michael a better player than him.”
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Past tense for to arrive or end up in a given place, state or situation
“It would be a shame to see them coming down from the mountain with the Ark in their rucksacks, knowing that it would wind up in some museum in the outskirts of Nashville.”
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(baseball) Past tense for to make the preparatory movements for a certain kind of pitch
“I get back to the ball game just in time to see the pitcher wind up and throw the ball.”
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Past tense for to draw, or cause to draw, to a close
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Past tense for to lower, roll up and secure (something, such as a sail or flag)
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Past tense for fulfil one's task
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Past tense for to excite to an excessive degree
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Past tense for to annoy or provoke through teasing
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Past tense for reach a crisis
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Past tense for to deceive or fool someone
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Setted the seal on
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(of a machine) Past tense for to cause something to begin to work
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Past tense for to instill courage into
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Past tense for achieve, gain
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Past tense for to engage in playful or mischievous behavior
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Past tense for to carry out or accomplish
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Past tense for to tie or roll up (a number of things) together as though into a parcel
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Past tense for to stop the operations of, typically due to financial difficulty
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