squirmer


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Synonyms for squirmer

one who can't stay still (especially a child)

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Weaver and Krasnow, who is also a Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator, wanted to know what happened to the tracheal system during the fly's switch from squirmer to hoverer.
Unquestionably, ``In the Company of Men'' was a squirmer.
Or you can simply wait for public TV's Great Performances airings, pay not a cent, and take command of your surroundings, evading those lozenge unwrappers, bracelet janglers, seat squirmers and stage-whisperering conversationalists who so blithely and chronically vex at the Met--unless, of course, you've invited them.