fidget

Part of speech: verb

To make fidgety; worry; move restlessly.

Part of speech: noun

Nervous restlessness.

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Usage examples "fidget":

  1. There was one pitcher by the name of Brown who acted nervous all the time and wou1d fidget on the mound, shake his arms and keep leaning down to pick up pebbles while getting ready to pitch. - "The Biography of a Rabbit", Roy Benson, Jr..
  2. I'm in a fidget- I must walk it off." - "What Maisie Knew", Henry James.
  3. She looked at him thoughtfully for so long a time that Horry began to get red once more and to fidget on his chair. - "Concerning Sally", William John Hopkins.