Squirm



verb (used without object)
1.
to wriggle or writhe.
2.
to feel or display discomfort or distress, as from reproof, embarrassment, pain, etc.:
He squirmed under the judge’s questioning.
noun
3.
the act of squirming; a squirming or wriggling movement.
verb (intransitive)
1.
to move with a wriggling motion; writhe
2.
to feel deep mental discomfort, guilt, embarrassment, etc
noun
3.
a squirming movement

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