Wall Street is in a tizzy and Main Street is kind of tense.
Count Thibault and his servant Andre are in a tizzy after being transported from the 12 th century to modern-day Chicago.
Did the story's technological wrinkle throw the Times into a tizzy ?
As a fierce penguin lover, I'm in a bit of a tizzy over this.
A reader with a Ph.D. in Eastern European History writes in response to the recent tizzy over Martino.
The country went into a tizzy when the official announcement of the visit was made and, it seemed at the time, every man, woman and child said they were going to see him.
Oh yes, all the cognoscenti are clutching their pearls and the anti-choice groups are running their own ads and everybody's in a tizzy .
The British Blogosphere is getting itself into a tizzy about the Red Army Fraction and the concept of ‘understanding terrorism’.
With a mass of further celebrations to come, the community is in a tizzy of excitement.
You know, it's time to throw out this archaic notion of age 30 as old or beginning middle age or whatever it is that gets people in such a tizzy .