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Synonyms for fidget

move restlessly

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Synonyms for fidget

to move one's fingers or hands in a nervous or aimless fashion

a state of nervous restlessness or agitation

Synonyms for fidget

a feeling of agitation expressed in continual motion

move restlessly

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On Friday, Fidgets will offer any child who would like to donate their locks to charity, a free haircut and will also put forward a donation for each child too.
Stay alert by fidgeting with the wing nut, the nut and bolt and two other fidgets.
Fidgets is situated within the centre of town and adjacent to one of the busiest main traffic junctions.
The formal news conferences seem to be too restrictive for him, which might be why he fidgets, draws pictures, jokes with his handlers or someone in the room during the proceedings.
designers of a unique sensory tool for children, is forging ahead with the increased demand for its innovative line of wearable, chewable Kid Companion fidgets.
When he eats, he fidgets,'' Ryan said, squealing with delight.
Yet today, the child who fidgets or butts into line gets labeled with "attention deficit disorder" and put on one of the psychiatrist's mind-altering drugs--drugs in the same class as opium, morphine, and cocaine.
Professor James Levine, of the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, USA, has revealed at a conference in Aberdeen that the body's metabolic rate can be increased by up to 40 per cent if someone fidgets.
A salesperson is in real trouble when the customer shows any of these signs: she stops talking, fidgets with her pen or starts doodling on her desk pad.
In his enthusiastically received bio-ballet, Kudelka, the troupe's artist-in-residence, deftly describes the duality of his central character with help from Santo Loquasto's two-part set: A dressing room is the dancer's retreat; it is here that she powders her nose, fidgets with her costume, and plays coquettish hostess to a long line of gentleman callers, all of whom want a piece of her tulle.
Nicky employs six staff at the salon and is now looking for premises to set up another Fidgets, which would create another six jobs.
Nicky Gray, founder and owner of Whitley bay-based Fidgets, won the money in the Barclays Bank Take One Small Step competition Fidgets is the first dedicated kids'' hair salon in the North East where children can sit in a novelty character toy car and enjoy their favourite DVD while stylists get to work on their hair.
As Nixon fidgets and stammers, Kennedy appears suave and self-assured.
Equated by the curators with "gesture and form," the restlessness evoked in the show's title ran the gamut from Vanessa Beecroft's bevy of beige-clad models, suppressing yawns and fidgets, in her Piano Americano, 1995, to Phyllis Baldino's collection of manically brief narratives, In the Present, 1996.
Whitley Bay-based Fidgets is the only firm from the North East to make it through to the regional finals of the Barclays Business Take One Step competition, with their fate to be decided by a public vote.