fidgets, 3rd person singular present; fidgeted, past tense; fidgeted, past participle; fidgeting, present participle;
Make small movements, esp. of the hands and feet, through nervousness or impatience
the audience had begun to fidget on their chairs
Make (someone) uneasy or uncomfortable
she fidgets me with her never-ending spit and polish
A quick, small movement, typically a repeated one, caused by nervousness or impatience
he disturbed other people with convulsive fidgets
A person given to such movements, esp. one whom other people find irritating
A state of mental or physical restlessness or uneasiness
a marketing person full of nervous energy and fidgets
a feeling of agitation expressed in continual motion; "he's got the fidgets"; "waiting gave him a feeling of restlessness"
move restlessly; "The child is always fidgeting in his seat"
Fidgeting is the act of moving about restlessly. Fidgeting may be a result of nervousness, agitation, boredom or a combination of these. It may be a result of genes. It is often an unconscious act. It may involve playing with one's fingers, hair, or items of clothing. ...
A person who fidgets, especially habitually; to wiggle or twitch; to move around nervously or idly
(Fidgets) Slang for the Ford Focus Midgets.
means to move a lot with little movements. What’s the word?
to twitch or move about wildly and uncontrollably. Otherwise, the Newfoundland version of "Gidget"
Interference of enemy high frequency night-fighter transmissons.