from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To fidget; jostle or shake.
- n. A shake; fiddle or similar agitation.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See fidget.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To fidget.
- To cause to fidget.
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Thanks for the report! scott fidge said at 6am on Nov 25th # |
What I knows, certain, is this -- we gets in here about eight o'clock this morning, and makes fast here, and ever since then them two's been as it were on the fret and the fidge, allers lookin 'out, so to speak, for summun as ain't come yet.
Ye see, "continued the expert in camping out on hills," the hay an 'the heather gets doon yer neck an' mak's ye yeuk [itch] an 'fidge a' day.
ebbery thyme mai hoomin goes tu teh fidge, ai breeves in as much as ai can adn… WEEEEEEEEEEEK WEEEEEEK WEEEEEK WEEEEEK… sumthymes eet werks, otterthymes eet nawt werk adn dey juss plai wib me insted.
In 1845 ” after saying good-bye and “Why will you go to Switzerland? there will be such a fidge about you when you're gone” ” Turner lost his health, and was never himself again.
Switzerland? there will be such a _fidge_ about you when you're gone "-- Turner lost his health, and was never himself again.
There, don't be in such a fidge about it; you couldn't act square to both of them. "
"'In gathering votes you were not slack, Now stand as tightly by your tack, Ne'er show your lug an' fidge your back, An 'hum an' haw; But raise your arm, an 'tell your crack Before them a'. '
"Dog on it," said James, giving a fidge with his hainches; "Dog on it, as