Woodhouse's peculiarities and fidgetiness
were sometimes provoking him to a rational remonstrance or sharp retort equally illbestowed.
So the old gentleman's fidgetiness
and low spirits, which made him send for Arthur in that sudden way, really meant something.
It gradually morphs into physical manifestations of increased heart rates, blood pressures and fidgetiness
. Eventually, one develops an aversion and then people start to look for exits in desperate situations.
From his fidgetiness
I took him to be one of those embryonic, not-quite charactersnot quite a barrister, not quite a doctor.
Considering the mean scores for all the K10 items, participants indicated more nervousness (item 2) and restlessness or fidgetiness
that could exhibit itself in the previous incarnation is gone and the new RS 4 is a driver's delight and beautifully balanced.
** The Kessler Serious Psychological Distress is a series of six questions that asks about feelings of sadness, nervousness, restlessness or fidgetiness
, worthlessness, hopelessness, and feeling like everything is an effort during the past 30 days.
AGITATION 0 = None 1 = Fidgetiness
2 = Playing with hands, hair, etc.
fidget 1754, fidgetiness
1772 (10), fidgetingly 1882 (11)
Handling at higher speeds is stable with no small car fidgetiness
. Steering is light, but not overly so, the turning circle is tight and the 280 litre boot is only a bit smaller than the Fiesta's.
As described by the patient and his wife, he had an 8-year history of anxiety and apprehension associated with autonomic complaints of sweating, palpitations, dryness of the mouth, and fidgetiness
and tremulousness of the hands.
For the record, my wife tells me I'm imagining both my fidgetiness
and balloonlike qualities, but let's face it, she's biased.