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  • n. One who, or that which, squirms.

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  • n. one who can't stay still (especially a child)


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squirm +‎ -er


  • Another prominent "squirmer" in today's economic quagmire is Jerry Jones, owner of the Dallas Cowboys.


  • The squirmer in your belly doesn't take anything away from that; if anything, he or she adds to it.

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  • Oh, Munchkin was a major squirmer and hiccuper too: you should get Misterpie to listen to your belly when Bun gets the hiccups.


  • I remember the LibbyDem squirmer Nigel Jones not answering questions as to whether his Party played a 'racist' campaign against the Conservative candidate John Taylor in Cheltenham.

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  • And right then and there you lay Wonderbaby gently on the floor to inspect, but oh, she is a squirmer!

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  • Which is all the more complicated given that she is a world-class squirmer.

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  • The baby's diaper was the kind with tape, and Laylah wasn't a squirmer, but it still took Keisha quite a bit of time to fasten the sides.

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  • You could send a card with a photo of the li'l squirmer, but that's so old school.

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  • It was a seat-squirmer for a few minutes in the fourth quarter as, after Springfield cut the lead from 38-28 to 38-34, Windsor missed the front end of an one-and-one and with 43 seconds to go, Cosmo Taylor Thomas launched a shot from 3-point range that ratted in and out.

  • Gibbs is so much fun to watch ... what a squirmer!!!!! .....

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