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fidget
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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • ’Why, you know,’ said Squeers, fidgeting in his chair, ’if you come to that, I might say where’s yours?’
  • Surely, there never was a man who fidgeted as Tim must have done then; for he knocked the window again—almost in the same place—and Miss La Creevy said she was sure he’d break it.

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  • The child is always fidgeting in his seat
  • She fidgeted like a child caught in a lie.

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