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fidge

/fɪdʒ/
verb
1.
(intransitive) an obsolete word for fidget
Word Origin
C18: probably variant of dialect fitch to fidget
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Historical Examples
  • fidge was a little alarmed at first, for they were really very ugly.

  • “I want to be as fat as old Mrs. Mofflet,” said fidge, mischievously.

  • "There ought to be a marquee like we had at the choir treat," said fidge.

    The Mysterious Shin Shira George Edward Farrow
  • I hurried up the steps, followed by Marjorie, Dick and fidge.

    The Mysterious Shin Shira George Edward Farrow
  • "And if you ask him—" began fidge, when the Duchess interrupted him.

    The Mysterious Shin Shira George Edward Farrow
  • “And a blue bow around its neck,” chimed in fidge, his eyes dancing with excitement.

  • And Dick, having given fidge a very long start, and Marjorie a slight advantage, declared himself ready to begin.

  • Just then, fidge, who had been playing on87 the shore, ran back with the news that the little thin fish wanted to speak to them.

  • Dick politely ran forward and hung on to146 one rope, while Marjorie and fidge took the other.

  • Dick and fidge climbed up to one of the upper berths, and Marjorie made herself comfortable in the one below them.

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