- v try to stir up public opinion
- v cause to be agitated, excited, or roused
- v exert oneself continuously, vigorously, or obtrusively to gain an end or engage in a crusade for a certain cause or person; be an advocate for
- v move very slightly
- v move or cause to move back and forth
- v change the arrangement or position of
- a troubled emotionally and usually deeply
- a physically disturbed or set in motion
the agitated mixture foamed and bubbled
- What gets Putin agitatedand he was frequently agitated during our talkis his perception that Americans are out to interfere in Russia's affairs.
- No one seemed to hear the PA system's agitated plea: "Belay that last order!" Meanwhile, the bridge pirates headed for the officers' quarters.
- 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.
News & Articles
- 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.
June 14, 2013 - New York Times
- 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.
June 14, 2013 - The Michigan City News-Dispatch
- 'Agitated' Alligator Apprehended at East Bibb Home
A 12-foot, "chunky" alligator is becoming "increasingly agitated" at a residence in East Bibb County.
June 11, 2013 - 13 WMAZ Macon