The Oxford Learners Dictionary defines fidget as:
fidget (with something): to keep moving your body, your hands or your feet because you are nervous, bored, excited, etc. "Sit still and stop fidgeting!" OLD
Would the above explanation describe the following action?
Action A: "walking around the room and sometimes walking up and down in the room and sometimes sitting down but then standing up because of nervousness.
I understand that the verb fidget means you are continuously moving your body / hand / feet while you are either standing or sitting down in one place. Thus, I think fidget does not describe action A.
If I am correct, then what are the word or term can I use to express "Action A"?