fidget fidget  /ˈfɪ dʒɪt/


  1. (n) a feeling of agitation expressed in continual motion
  2. (v) move restlessly


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  1. Just because we are sitting together doesn't mean we have anything to say: children bicker and fidget and daydream; parents stew over the remains of the day.
  2. Letting the world see him chew gum and fidget with his pencils was an invaluable example.
  3. Apple openly invites its customers to fidget with its gadgets, and once you start playing with the iPhone, it's awfully hard to leave the place without one.


  • Spencer Hatton: Yakima romance novelists know secret to selling more books

    Thu, 08 Aug 2013 03:20:20 GMT By SPENCER HATTON For the Yakima Herald=Republic ‘Let’s talk about sex.” That’s how my mother would open a conversation with my son, Andy, while he was growing up. You knew Mom was ready to breach the taboo subject when she would fidget about in her chair to get comfortable, one hand clutching a cockta...
    on August 10, 2013     Source: Yakima Herald-Republic


  1. "When you have a running back like Frank Gore, he is a hit-the-hole-downhill guy," 49ers coach Mike Singletary said. "He's not a fidget to the right and then give him the ball. It's not like you're under center when (the quarterback) is going...
    on Nov 28, 2009 By: Mike Singletary Source: Santa Rosa Press Democrat

  2. "It was more a fidget than a budget," Mr. Bush said. "Over projections were made in order to make the budget look good."
    on Dec 28, 2009 By: McKeeva Bush Source: Cay Compass

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