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Noun(1) a feeling of agitation expressed in continual motion
Verb(1) move restlessly
(1) Cassandra lay uncomfortably amongst the dishevelled sheets, serene stillness littered with the occasional fidget of distress.(2) He adjusted his spectacles, a fidget to cover what Padlin was sure was a sneer.(3) Her hands came up and began to fidget nervously.(4) Unfortunately it was during this time that R. began to fidget , twisting and turning in the seat, putting her foot up and down, propping it across her right knee or rubbing it restlessly.(5) She always doodled when someone spoke to her, especially over the phone, because the nervous fidget seemed to relax people.(6) As with a lot of all-improvisation discs, this is an element of the music too often overtaken by the fidget and bustle of ongoing events.(7) The Laughing Death begins to stop laughing, and begins to fidget nervously.(8) I couldn't stay asleep hunched over, so I began to fidget when Tony wasn't looking.(9) Cavalon ran his fingers through his hair, a nervous fidget .(10) I remember from the old days, when a weekly trip to the cinema was a vital part of life, that a fidget spoils the show for everybody.(11) He gives a nervous fidget again despite his smile.(12) They were barely fifteen feet away, and the terrorists had begun to fidget nervously.(13) He was also a bit of a fidget , I'd observed him earlier in the day spending a good 30 minutes clearing the surrounding area of bits of tree, weed and bottles washed in by the tide.(14) Beginning an almost nervous fidget of picking at the lapel of his robe, Gwin worried her lower lip.(15) But what about mild depression, the kind of sadness that puts you in a fidget , makes you lose sleep, dulls your appetite and your wit, and saps your energy?(16) Theo came over to Lydia, whose hands had begun to fidget nervously.
1. twitch ::
2. flibbertigibbet ::
4. move restlessly ::
symud yn aflonydd
5. play ::
Different Formsfidget, fidgeted, fidgeting, fidgets, fidgety
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