Words and phrases that have a meaning related to fidget:   (126 results)

Often used in the same context:
squirming, twitching, hunched, giggling, snigger, gesticulate, snore, doze, uncurl, slouched, forty winks, mumbling, scrunch, perspire, scribbling, glower, clap, trembling, dawdle, doodling, twirl, shriek, drool, stare, mutter, natter, crouch, squeal, cloy, vibrate, wiggling, jittering, jiggling, snooze, yawn, babbling, squinting, tutting, chirrup, quivering, bored, twiddle, retch, shrilling, snuffling, jabbered, yell, clench, crinkle, fussing, tittered, hyperventilate, pattering, uncross, clomp, wanking, whispering, caress, cuddle, gape, blurt, chattering, jangle, flail, masticate, fiddling, scream, creak, murmuring, prevaricate, crosslegged, scowls, cringe, writhe, flit, saunter, munch, rubbing, sweating, tousle, daydreaming, akimbo, kibbitz, wince, clacking, groan, irritating, chewing, skulk, galumph, snickering, chortle, gurgle, openmouthed, droning, squinched, prickle, annoy, tease, moan, amuse, chitter, fright, hurry, racket, uproar, bustle, clamour, clatter, effervescence, hissing, suspense, torment, agony, clamor, disquietude, disrepair, flutter, frights, funk, grind

More specific:

More general:
agitation, move

fidgetiness, restlessness

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— Adjectives for fidget: such, great, perpetual, nervous, dreadful, nasty, old, and, constant, little, terrible, more...

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