Examples of fidgety in a Sentence
He grew more fidgety with each passing hour.
I get too fidgety to sit after a few minutes in a waiting room.
Recent Examples of fidgety from the Web
The British Grand Prix race weekend opened Thursday with an irritated and fidgety Hamilton having to field repeated questions at Silverstone about snubbing his loyal home fans.
Barrie’s chaste romance with Sylvia will leave younger ones fidgety.
Taller players, for example, run with longer, antelope-like strides, whereas the legs of shorter players are more fidgety.
By 8 a.m., a line of with fidgety children carrying donuts and hot chocolate stretches out the door at the US Customs and Border Protection Columbus Port of Entry, where agents tease students while swiping passports and inspecting belongings.
Luckson Mutaya told fellow farmer Kahari, who appeared fidgety after waiting only several hours.
As the king of Belgium and other leaders took turns at the lectern, Trump got fidgety, shifting in his seat, looking up to the sky and down to his feet, and crossing his arms over his chest.
Yet on April 1 hundreds of fidgety kids and their dutiful parents withstood spring showers to attend the grand opening of the world’s newest Legoland.
Cantering around them is a fidgety emcee in her fifties, face caked with makeup, corralling them in front of the cameras for a few bland questions about shooting in Kinmen.
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First Known Use of fidgety
FIDGETY Defined for Kids
Definition of fidgety for Students
: nervous and restless
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