fidge

fidge

(fɪdʒ)
vb
(intr) an obsolete word for fidget
[C18: probably variant of dialect fitch to fidget]

fidge


Past participle: fidged
Gerund: fidging

Imperative
fidge
fidge
Present
I fidge
you fidge
he/she/it fidges
we fidge
you fidge
they fidge
Preterite
I fidged
you fidged
he/she/it fidged
we fidged
you fidged
they fidged
Present Continuous
I am fidging
you are fidging
he/she/it is fidging
we are fidging
you are fidging
they are fidging
Present Perfect
I have fidged
you have fidged
he/she/it has fidged
we have fidged
you have fidged
they have fidged
Past Continuous
I was fidging
you were fidging
he/she/it was fidging
we were fidging
you were fidging
they were fidging
Past Perfect
I had fidged
you had fidged
he/she/it had fidged
we had fidged
you had fidged
they had fidged
Future
I will fidge
you will fidge
he/she/it will fidge
we will fidge
you will fidge
they will fidge
Future Perfect
I will have fidged
you will have fidged
he/she/it will have fidged
we will have fidged
you will have fidged
they will have fidged
Future Continuous
I will be fidging
you will be fidging
he/she/it will be fidging
we will be fidging
you will be fidging
they will be fidging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been fidging
you have been fidging
he/she/it has been fidging
we have been fidging
you have been fidging
they have been fidging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been fidging
you will have been fidging
he/she/it will have been fidging
we will have been fidging
you will have been fidging
they will have been fidging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been fidging
you had been fidging
he/she/it had been fidging
we had been fidging
you had been fidging
they had been fidging
Conditional
I would fidge
you would fidge
he/she/it would fidge
we would fidge
you would fidge
they would fidge
Past Conditional
I would have fidged
you would have fidged
he/she/it would have fidged
we would have fidged
you would have fidged
they would have fidged
Translations
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References in classic literature ?
Look, Jim, how my fingers fidges," he continued in the pleading tone.
Four-year-old Minnie is obsessed with Wed Wabbit, a cuddly toy which her elder sister Fidge thinks has a very sinister facial expression.
Rhys Weatherburn booked a room at the Ritz hotel in London expecting a night of passion with girlfriend Shannon Fidge.
Rhys Weatherburn, 20, raged in their room when Shannon Fidge rejected him following a row.
Failure rates have been noted as high throughout the literature, and there is little evidence of improvement (see: Hagan & Macdonald, 2009; Truong, Bancroft & Roe, 2003; Bornat, Dehnadi & Simon 2008; Smith & Fidge, 2008, and Corney, Teague & Thomas 2010).
After considerable mathematical calculations, Stephen Key and Daryl Fidge were awarded second place and Murtuz Zamanly and Bijan Majidi took third place on countback.
On Monday night, as she held her saviour Fidge, she said, "She saved my life.
Fidge NH Fighting high cholesterol levels-lipid lowering drugs.
So popular was the Spanish character that the word gusman entered the English language as a synonym for rogue and was used to entitle some criminal biographies, for example, that of the notorious James Hind, written by George Fidge, published as The English Gusman (1652).
It has specific substances such as mevinolin which inhibits HMG-CoA reductase, the key enzyme of cholesterol biosynthesis in liver and increases the activity of liver low density lipoprotein (LDL) receptors ((Gunde-Cimerman et al, 1993; Fidge, 1993; Bobek et al.
Ficitum e Ficidum nao proliferaram, mas a fidicu ligam-se o lombardo fidegh, fidech, piemontes fidich, logudores fidigu, bearnes fidge, hidge, fr.