verb (used without object)
to wriggle or writhe.
to feel or display discomfort or distress, as from reproof, embarrassment, pain, etc.:
He squirmed under the judge’s questioning.
the act of squirming; a squirming or wriggling movement.
to move with a wriggling motion; writhe
to feel deep mental discomfort, guilt, embarrassment, etc
a squirming movement
adjective, squirmier, squirmiest. 1. characterized by squirming. adjective 1. moving with a wriggling motion 2. making one squirm
noun, plural squirrels (especially collectively) squirrel. 1. any of numerous arboreal, bushy-tailed rodents of the genus Sciurus, of the family Sciuridae. 2. any of various other members of the family Sciuridae, as the chipmunks, flying squirrels, and woodchucks. 3. the meat of such an animal. 4. the pelt or fur of such an animal: a […]
noun 1. a cage containing a cylindrical framework that is rotated by a squirrel or other small animal running inside of it. 2. any situation that seems to be endlessly without goal or achievement. squirrel cage noun 1. a cage consisting of a cylindrical framework that is made to rotate by a small animal running […]
noun 1. an American plant, Dicentra canadensis, of the fumitory family, having yellow roots resembling kernels of corn, finely dissected leaves, and clusters of drooping, heart-shaped, cream-colored flowers. squirrel corn noun 1. a North American plant, Dicentra canadensis, having yellow flowers and tubers resembling grains of corn: family Fumariaceae Also called colicweed