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  • n. The state or quality of being squirmy.


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squirmy +‎ -ness


  • He is hyper to the edge of problem, and this seems to help him calm himself, and control his emotions and physical squirminess.

    Scottish Children Doing Yoga and Chanting at School (VIDEO)

  • They are a miracle to look at, and we just stare, lapping up their sweet squirminess.

    Crossing the Tracks

  • My god, these discoveries and research about the Bonobo could be some of the most important in all of the animal kingdom and our religious squirminess has stopped us from truly glorifying what seems to be the other sentient intelligent species on this planet!

    2009 February | Netflow Developments

  • At 26 lbs of squirminess, I was not going to carry him across the parking lot and up three flights of stairs.

    toastcrumbs Diary Entry

  • Or it may simply be that dads would rather stay at the office, where everybody behaves like a grown up, than go home to the squirminess and bodily fluid-filled drudgery of family life. Top Stories

  • The engine of these mercilessly observed stories is squirminess: emotional awkwardness so intense that it can erupt into magic or just knot itself into scars.

    NYT > Home Page

  • And the music had its natural squirminess, anxiety, and strangeness.

    New York Sun - All Articles


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