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Thank you, Linda Harris , for mentioning hissy fit in a Facebook comment. Maybe late 19 th century? It ain't necessarily so. This is what the Phrase Thesaurus has to say about it. A temperamental outburst; a tantrum. The allusion in this expression may be to the hissing and spluttering of such an outburst, or it may simply be a contraction of 'hysterical'. The term originated in the USA in the mid 20th century and is first recorded in a edition of American Speech: I have heard it for eight or ten years.

He threw a hissy or He had a hissy means that a person in question was very disturbed and very angry. According to Ngram , it starts appearing with some regularity around The earliest usage I could find searching Google Books is… in all places! In , it appears again in The Numbers of Our Days: A Novel by Francis Irby Gwaltney. So, once again, I've been snookered by a phrase that sounds at least a century old, but isn't.

Don't call this a hissy fit Cartoon caricature of Christina Rossetti by her brother Dante Gabriel Rossetti , showing her having a tantrum after reading The Times review of her poetry.

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Posted by Ann Parker at Wednesday, September 12, Wednesday's Random Slang-o-rama: Now, where did that come from? It sounds very 19th century Time to look around and find out! Also, all of a dither ; in a flutter or tizzy. In a state of tremulous agitation. The noun dither dates from the early s and goes back to the Middle English verb didderen , "to tremble"; in a flutter dates from the mids; in a tizzy dates from about and is of uncertain origin.

So, if I want any of my Silver Rush characters to be "in a state of tremulous agitation," I guess they had better be in a dither or in a flutter Wednesday, August 29, Wednesday's Random Slang-o-rama with an update! Paint the town red. Get ready to have some fun, because we're gonna paint the town red!

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See my update at the bottom of this post. Why not a nice shade of blue?


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And the whole town? Time to dig into this expression and see if we can identify what's going on behind the words Here's what it says for this bit of slang: Go on a spree The precise allusion of this term is disputed. Some believe it refers to setting something on fire; others point to a vague association of the color red with violence.

Have I used that phrase in my books? And if I did, was I being anachronistic? Well, let's dig a little more The Online Etymological Dictionary has a brief notation under the "paint" entry as follows: To paint the town red "go on a spree" first recorded Uh oh. Am I in trouble here? Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Would you like to tell us about a lower price?

If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? It's summer , and potential invest-ment in Leadville's rich silver mines has drawn former president Ulysses S. Grant to this city at the top of the Rockies. But others in his retinue and in town have different agendas. Political aspirations drive young John Quincy Adams Wesley, and itinerant mapmaker Cecil Farnesworth struggles against the seductive call of Leadville's red-light district.

As part owner of the Silver Queen Saloon, Inez Stannert has often observed the ruination that comes from yielding to temptation.

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But that doesn't stop her from striking a deal with upscale brothel madam Frisco Flo, a deal Inez gambles will make her financially independent. But when one of Flo's women is murdered, Inez begins to have second thoughts. Soon Inez finds herself facing demons from her past and fighting to save her reputation and her life. Ann Parker's ancestors include a Leadville blacksmith, a Colorado School of Mines professor, and a gandy dancer. Ann lives and writes near Silicon Valley.

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      Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Especially if you like strong female lead characters! I believe this is the 3rd book in this series. I have read them all and they are all awesome!! One person found this helpful.

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      The bad guy in this book was so obvious it was almost insulting. I like to ride along with a mystery and see it as a challenge to figure out "who dunnit" before the villain is unmasked. The murdering arsonist was so obvious from the first time Inez meets him I thought it was a major red herring. It was just a telegraphed punch. I like historical fiction. I like to know it is based on fact and well researched. The books of this series are well researched and involving.

      The politics of the day, the machinations of Horace Tabor: