This week’s expression is Out of Sorts.
Out of sorts means that you don’t quite feel yourself. You’re grumpy, irritated, even angry. A lot of us might feel this way Monday morning or Friday afternoon, impatiently waiting for the weekend.
Below, I wanted to share with you some more examples, so you can start using this expression and make it a part of your active vocabulary right away. If you need help remembering this and other new terms, check this out.
Start using this expression:
- Sorry I yelled at you, I’ve been feeling out of sorts.
- She’s been feeling out of sorts since her dog died.
- I’m feeling a bit out of sorts, I think I better take a nap.
- My boss always makes me feel out of sorts.
- You seem a bit out of sorts today. What’s wrong?
What makes you feel out of sorts? Comment below now!