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1. The very mention of her singing made her squirm uncomfortably.
2. Someone grabbed him but he managed to squirm free.
3. The boy tried to squirm free.
4. He made me squirm with embarrassment.
5. It made him squirm to think how he'd messed up the interview.
6. He gave a feeble shrug and tried to squirm free.
7. I still squirm with embarrassment at the thought of it.
8. It made him squirm to think how badly he'd messed up the interview.
9. Pornography is a subject that makes most Americans squirm.
10. But being taught by her made him squirm.
11. Moray eels squirm right to the water's edge and greedily gulp down the feast.
12. I can still remember how I used to squirm uneasily under his touch.
13. McAllister and his team-mates were made to squirm their way through a special screening of their 4-1 Saturday mauling by Middlesbrough.
14. Cheating made him squirm; it made him nervous and murderous.
15. I would inwardly squirm at the unwanted attention.
16. You'll never squirm out of the charge this time.
17. I wanted to squirm, but I held still.
18. Sometimes his candor made the people from State squirm a little.
19. Natives will cringe and squirm with embarrassment at such brashness.
20. Mentioning religion is a sure way to make him squirm.
21. His expression stayed stern and Fabia, trying to read his thoughts, started to squirm inwardly.
22. The 21-year-old skinhead sitting to my left began to squirm in his wooden seat.
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23. Walken is particularly nasty as a paralyzed gangster who gets what fun he can by making people squirm.
24. At no point does he make you anxious, make you squirm.
25. Jack kept his arm at his side, pistol down, watching the cat squeal and squirm upside down on the fork.
26. Whenever I think back to what I said at the party it makes me want to squirm.
27. Yet when it comes to job interviewing, salary questions make most people squirm.
28. Yet beneath these attention - grabbing markers of gender parity, there's plenty to make a feminist squirm.
29. Amoebae, blood cells, chloroplasts, hydra, paramecia, and other microscopic microorganisms wiggle and squirm with fascinating movement in closeup views sure to make you wash your hands.
30. So I pretended everything was fine and tried not to squirm.
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