agitated agitated  /ˈæ dʒə ˌteɪ təd/


  1. (adj) troubled emotionally and usually deeply
  2. (adj) physically disturbed or set in motion



  1. What gets Putin agitatedand he was frequently agitated during our talkis his perception that Americans are out to interfere in Russia's affairs.
  2. But the 22-year-old Albert, as roguishly independent in his personal life as he would be in his science, brushed off Mutti's agitated words and continued the romance.
  3. Early on, he brought color into the mix to produce agitated chromatic force fields.


  1. Worst-case scenario

    MICHIGAN CITY — A man, wearing a white T-shirt, blue jeans, orange safety suit and carrying a green bag, walked into the ambulance garage at Franciscan St. Anthony Health – Michigan City. He appeared agitated and spoke with a Russian accent. He was nervous, because he hasn’t seen his wife and kids and didn’t know what to do.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Michigan City News-Dispatch

  2. Week in Review: Waiting to Be King of Goldman

    In the glow of television, many messages. | The stimulus comment that agitated traders. | To billionaire’s failed deal, add rebuke from S.E.C. | Trader covets Goldman office where a friend is sitting tight. | In a shift, interest rates are rising.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: New York Times

  3. 'Agitated' Alligator Apprehended at East Bibb Home

    A 12-foot, "chunky" alligator is becoming "increasingly agitated" at a residence in East Bibb County.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: 13 WMAZ Macon


  1. "He jumped from his chair, very hurried and agitated," Hickel recalled.
    on Nov 15, 2008 By: Walter Hickel Source: FOXNews

  2. Barrichello said: "Felipe was very agitated. He had a cut in his head, which could have been from the part of my car that was on the track."
    on Jul 25, 2009 By: Rubens Barrichello Source: The Sun

  3. French President Nicolas Sarkozy called Pinter a "great playwright and lucid, agitated and uncompromising humanist."
    on Dec 25, 2008 By: Nicolas Sarkozy Source: Denver Post

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