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What is another word for fidget?

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To make small or restless movements, especially through nervousness or impatience
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“He had begun to fidget with nervousness, twirling a stick pen and staring at a fixed point on the wall of his office.”
To play or toy around with something
“Just keep an eye on that screen and don't fidget with the controls!”
To feel, or cause to feel, uneasy or restless
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“And there's that poor, dear old Jack would fidget himself to death if he thought I had a finger-ache.”
(based on instrument used) To produce music
A nervous wriggling or twitching motion
“While I kept shifting my position, I never felt a fidget or sigh from the warm statue so close beside me in the dark.”
A person who fidgets, especially habitually
“I remember the old days, when a weekly trip to the cinema was a vital part of life, then a fidget spoils the show for everybody.”
A state of mental or physical restlessness or unease
“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?”
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