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To excite the feelings of; move strongly
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  1. To excite the feelings of; move strongly
  2. To evoke, or call up
  3. To use an implement to move or rearrange the fuel in (a fire) to increase light or heat.
To draw, pull, or move suddenly and sharply; jerk:
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  1. To draw, pull, or move suddenly and sharply; jerk:
  2. To ache sharply from time to time; twinge.
  3. To move with a quick, slight jerk or jerks or spasmodically
To twist in discomfort, especially from shame or embarrassment.
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  1. To twist in discomfort, especially from shame or embarrassment.
  2. (Figuratively) To move in a slow, irregular motion.
  3. To show or feel distress, as from painful embarrassment, humiliation, etc.
To toss a coin, as in letting chance decide something
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  1. To toss a coin, as in letting chance decide something
  2. To move or go impatiently, angrily, or disdainfully, as with a toss of the head
  3. To get rid of; throw away; discard
To make (one's way, for example) by or as if by wiggling:
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  1. To make (one's way, for example) by or as if by wiggling:
  2. To move or proceed with a twisting or turning motion; wriggle:
  3. To cause to move back and forth with quick irregular motions:
To move or proceed with writhing motions:
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  1. To move or proceed with writhing motions:
  2. (Intransitive) To twist one's body to and fro with short, writhing motions; to squirm.
  3. To move to and fro with a twisting, writhing motion; twist and turn; squirm
To move or rock lightly up and down or to and fro in an unsteady, jerky manner:
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  1. To move or rock lightly up and down or to and fro in an unsteady, jerky manner:
  2. To move in a succession of quick, slight jerks; rock lightly
  3. To shake something gently; to rattle or wiggle.
To move with a shaking or lightly jolting motion.
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  1. To move with a shaking or lightly jolting motion.
  2. To jog or run while juggling.
  3. To join or attach by means of a joggle.
To wear away by gnawing, rubbing, corroding, etc.
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  1. To wear away by gnawing, rubbing, corroding, etc.
  2. To ornament with a fret
  3. To be irritated, annoyed, or querulous; worry
To rub (on or against)
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  1. To rub (on or against)
  2. To annoy; vex:
  3. To wear away by rubbing
To bother or annoy, as with petty complaints.
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  1. To bother or annoy, as with petty complaints.
  2. To annoy, bother, harass, vex, etc.
  3. To touch or handle something nervously or persistently:
(Chiefly British) To commit a fraud, especially to steal from one's employer.
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  1. (Chiefly British) To commit a fraud, especially to steal from one's employer.
  2. To play or tinker (with), esp. in a nervous way
  3. (Informal) To play (a tune) on a fiddle
To deceive or trick; dupe:
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  1. To deceive or trick; dupe:
  2. To act like a fool; be silly
  3. To toy, tinker, or mess:
To behave in a mischievous or apish manner:
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  1. To behave in a mischievous or apish manner:
  2. To play, fiddle, trifle, or tamper with something:
  3. (Informal) To play, fool, trifle, or meddle
To act or conduct oneself in a specified way:
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  1. To act or conduct oneself in a specified way:
  2. To put (a specified card) into play
  3. (Music) To perform on an instrument:
To walk or move in an unhurried or casual manner.
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  1. To walk or move in an unhurried or casual manner.
  2. To move while making such a sound.
  3. (Intransitive) To be active, but not excessively busy, at a task or a series of tasks.
To fuss or putter aimlessly or uselessly
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  1. To fuss or putter aimlessly or uselessly
  2. To make unskilled or experimental efforts at repair; fiddle:
  3. To work as a tinker
To amuse oneself idly; trifle:
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  1. To amuse oneself idly; trifle:
  2. To engage in flirtation; dally
  3. To treat something casually or without seriousness:
To treat flippantly or without seriousness; play or toy:
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  1. To treat flippantly or without seriousness; play or toy:
  2. To play or toy (with something)
  3. To play fast and loose (with a person's affections); dally
To toy or trifle with some object
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  1. To toy or trifle with some object
  2. To move in a twirling manner
  3. To twirl or play with lightly or idly
A step or level:
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  1. A step or level:
  2. (Informal) An initial competitive advantage; a head start:
  3. (Bridge) jump bid
An attack of shivering. Used with the.
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  1. An attack of shivering. Used with the.
  2. A shaking, quivering, or trembling, as from fear or cold
  3. A fragment or splinter of something broken, as glass
A disease of cattle and sheep caused by a poisonous, oily alcohol contained in certain plants, as white snakeroot, and characterized by muscular tremors and a stumbling gait: communicated to humans as milk sickness
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  1. A disease of cattle and sheep caused by a poisonous, oily alcohol contained in certain plants, as white snakeroot, and characterized by muscular tremors and a stumbling gait: communicated to humans as milk sickness
  2. The act or condition of trembling
  3. A convulsive fit of shaking. Used with the.
A feeling of great unease or extreme nervousness.
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  1. A feeling of great unease or extreme nervousness.
(Informal) A very short time; moment
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  1. (Informal) A very short time; moment
  2. (Informal) A particular kind of treatment; deal
  3. (Informal) A moment or instant:
(Slang, former) A state of nervousness; jitters
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  1. (Slang, former) A state of nervousness; jitters
  2. A feeling of uneasiness or nervousness; the jitters.
The jitters.
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  1. The jitters.
  2. Delirium tremens.
  3. (Informal) pajamas
(Slang) A state of nervousness; jitters
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  1. (Slang) A state of nervousness; jitters
  2. Feelings of uneasiness. Often used with the:
Find another word for fidget. In this page you can discover 34 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for fidget, like: stir, twitch, squirm, toss, wiggle, wriggle, jiggle, joggle, fret, chafe and worry.