To fidget is defined as to make small movements, often because you are restless, nervous or uncomfortable.(verb)
An example of fidget is a child who moves around a lot in his chair on a plane because he is restless and bored.
See fidget in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: < obs. fidge, to fidget < ME fichen < ? or akin to ON fìkja, to fidget
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verb fidg·et·ed, fidg·et·ing, fidg·ets verb, intransitive
Origin: From obsolete and dialectal fidge, to move restlessly
Origin: , perhaps from Middle English fiken
Origin: , of Scandinavian origin.
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