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- verb Present participle of
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It was a kind of laziness, he knew, but he got precious little advantage from his knack these days, and there was no shame in such small fidging.
Prentice Alvin Card, Orson Scott 1989
Where ha 'you been fidging abroad, since you your nee'le lost?
The Growth of English Drama Arnold Wynne
Where ha you ben fidging abrode, since you your neele lost
Gammer Gurton's Needle Anonymous 1575
"It's a daft body that cannot hear a word of praise without turning as red as a turkey-cock and fidging like a parched pea on a drum-head.