A brief struggle ensues as several officers attempt to subdue a squirming Grant, his hands behind his back.
That left Mitt in the spotlight, squirming about his tax returns.
Netanyahu, despite all his squirming, is no longer the boss.
And to kill them, well, forget the slaughter house—just pop a bag of squirming crickets in the freezer.
In December, he was compelled to sign onto the Ryan budget plan after months of squirming to avoid it.
It was a writhing, squirming mass of blackened humanity struggling for a mere physical existence, a bare living.
"I didn't," said Archie, squirming out of his mother's arms.
Just you watch him, abject as a yaller dawg, squirming and writhing and crawling to meet the only gentleman in that country.
"I suppose I shall have to die here," he said, squirming all across the bed.
"That's easy," replied Jo, reaching into the tank and drawing forth a large, squirming eel as he spoke.