The old man fidgeted
and mumbled to himself at the window.
It was not to be supposed that the emotion produced by her aunt's death had blotted out the recollection that I was interested in that lady's relics, and I fidgeted
afterward as it came to me that her reticence might very possibly mean simply that nothing had been found.
From under this great panoply she peeped up in a nervous, hesitating fashion at our windows, while her body oscillated backward and forward, and her fingers fidgeted
with her glove buttons.
As soon as they were joined by the Thorpes, Catherine's agony began; she fidgeted
about if John Thorpe came towards her, hid herself as much as possible from his view, and when he spoke to her pretended not to hear him.
Our guide there fidgeted
about as if he had swallowed a spring mattress.
If he fidgeted
his uncle was apt to grow restless and say it was high time he went to school.
He stared out of the window, and fidgeted
, and evidently longed for the end of the journey.
More than once he fidgeted
with his feet and tapped rapidly with his fingers upon the wall.
rather restlessly, and hummed fragments of her tune, as if to interrupt.
It is passing queer," Smee said, and they all fidgeted
about, standing first on one foot and then upon the other.
For a time after they departed Sing Lee fretted and fidgeted
upon the verandah of the long-house.
Da Souza fidgeted
about with the banisters, and finally followed him.
Fanny chatted like a magpie, and Maud fidgeted
, till Tom proposed to put her under the big dish-cover, which produced such an explosion, that the young lady was borne screaming away, by the much-enduring Katy.
incessantly in and out of the summer-house.