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Adjective
Feeling or appearing upset or troubled
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“Alice, although deeply agitated by the news, saw no opportunity of escaping.”
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Feeling or appearing nervous or jittery
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“Alana took this all in stride but Kyra was quite rattled and agitated by the whole ordeal.”
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Wildly excited or uncontrolled due to worry or fear
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“At the end of the second night, the bird became frenziedly agitated in its cage.”
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In a frenzied or hyperactive state
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“I also thought he may have been on some type of narcotic because he was unusually hyper and agitated.”
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Feeling fear or frightened
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Violently disturbed or agitated
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Feeling annoyed, frustrated or worried about something
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Characterized by conflict, disorder, or confusion
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Unable to concentrate because one is mentally preoccupied with something
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Experiencing pain
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Feeling irritable, bad-tempered, or grumpy
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Cheerful and full of energy
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Liable to unpredictable variation or changes
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To be continuously haunted or possessed by something, especially negative emotions, ideas or desires
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To have thrown into a state of distress marked by confusion
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To have triggered a passionate feeling or reaction
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To have thrown into disorder
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“I'd like to preserve Mospheiran authority on this station, and not agitate the situation beyond easy remedy.”
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Past tense for to shake or vibrate jerkily or nervously
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“But, then, the washing machine began to agitate more and more slowly, until, one day, it no longer agitated at all.”
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Past tense for to mix up or agitate the contents of
“Add the yeast and quickly agitate the mixture.”
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Past tense for to campaign to arouse public concern and action about an issue
“The women had begun to agitate for better conditions.”
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Past tense for to discuss an issue with a view to finding a resolution
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“This blocked Cramer's capacity to agitate the issue of the electoral bill aggressively and eroded his moral authority.”
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Past tense for to annoy or irritate
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Past tense for to incite or cause troublesome acts
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Past tense for to move or jolt around unsteadily or abruptly
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Past tense for to become disobedient against authority
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Past tense for to influence, usually emotionally
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Past tense for to make a demand by crying out noisily
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Past tense for to cause to move with a jerk
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Past tense for to convert or attempt to convert (someone) from one religion, belief, or opinion to another
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(of liquid) Past tense for to be agitated or turbulent, especially due to boiling
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Past tense for to have a strong emotional effect on, especially joy
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