squirmy

[skwur-mee]
adjective, squirmier, squirmiest.
characterized by squirming.

Origin:
1830–40; squirm + -y1

squirminess, noun
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squirmy (ˈskwɜːmɪ)
 
adj
1.  moving with a wriggling motion
2.  making one squirm

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Example sentences
The astronomers published a paper about the program, but didn't mention that
  squirmy guy in particular.
Pinning down a commonly accepted minnow definition is as difficult as grabbing
  a squirmy shiner from a bait bucket.
The other is squirmy and slithery, often gross, and as close as your
  fingernails.
And what squirmy fun their machinations are to watch.
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