squirm into (something)(redirected from squirming into)
squirm into (something)
To crawl, wriggle, or squeeze into some tight or confined thing or space. The dog likes to squirm into bed with me and my wife at night. I can squirm into the pants, but there's no way I'll be able to zip them up.
See also: squirm
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