We were all fidgety and talked out by the time we returned to Peabody.
No one suggested evening games and by the time the dishes were cleared, everyone was fidgety and ready to proceed but Quinn remained in his lab.
His body may be tense, fidgety, or restless.
Even the most laid back child will get fidgety if he has to ride in a carseat for very long.
Children can be very fidgety and not able to stay in one place or complete an activity.
People who sit in a red room become nervous, fidgety and unless distracted will eventually leave the room.
With the mobile phone abuse at a high, he can't help but get a little fidgety.
Is a fidgety person less likely to become a couch potato than a less fidgety person less likely to become a couch potato than a less fidgety person?
Choreoathetosis is a syndrome of continuous random movements that usually occur at rest and may appear to be fidgety, dancing, or writhing.
After all, you can easily hop off again if you get too fidgety!
After the first two pieces every tune sounded the same and the crowd got fidgety, starting push waves and shouting for the Monkeys.
Goes quietly and well, but can feel fidgety on poor roads.
fidgety stop-start gameplay, and it doesn't help that there isn't that much to interact with.
fidgety movements of chorea or the odd positions and posture of dystonia may be apparent.
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