fidgeter


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fidgeter

(ˈfɪdʒɪtə)
n
a person who fidgets
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When he started going to high school in South Carolina, he met a "great" basketball coach who cared for the problematic fidgeter. After Davis grew by 4 inches in one summer, the coach put him on the high school basketball team.
I was a nervous pacer, a fidgeter, a circler of perimeters.
Writing about how what-is-to-come affects Woolf's characters, Amanda Grant argues that, for them, "[t]he future balances on a thin line between nostalgia [...] and nightmare" (199), and we can see in the two passages about time that Isa, our ambivalent fidgeter, contemplates the future as both a frightening limitation and an opportunity, a continuation of and a break from oppressive pattern.
You know the one: the breaker, the barker, the fidgeter, the whiner, the pooper, the refuser, the eater, the roamer, the dropper, the chaser, the soaker and, my favorite, the napper.
By the time I was done I was sweating and exhausted, but at least I'd cured the fidgeter inside me.
"Father Ventemiglia," said the fidgeter, trying to make a joke, I think.