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1. Agitate: [verb] to excite and often trouble the mind or feelings of : disturb.

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2. Synonyms for Agitate: churn, stir, swirl, wash, whirl, ail, alarm, bother; Antonyms for Agitate: calm, compose, quiet, settle, soothe, tranquilize

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3. Agitate synonyms, Agitate pronunciation, Agitate translation, English dictionary definition of Agitate

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4. Agitate definition, to move or force into violent, irregular action: The hurricane winds Agitated the sea

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5. Find 75 ways to say Agitate, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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6. At Agitate we combine decentralised identity, blockchain and Open Banking to deliver digital transactional infrastructure fit for the 21st century.

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7. Agitate 'Agitate' is a 7 letter word starting with A and ending with E Crossword clues for 'Agitate'

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8. We found 1 possible solution for the Agitate crossword clue: POSSIBLE ANSWER: ROIL

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9. On this page you will find the solution to Agitate crossword clue

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10. The Crossword Solver found 132 answers to the Agitate crossword clue

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11. Agitate definition: If people Agitate for something, they protest or take part in political activity in order Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples

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12. If you watch a horror movie at bedtime, you may be too Agitated to sleep

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13. Movies like that can Agitate all sorts of adrenaline responses in the body.

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14. This page shows answers to the clue Agitate, followed by 7 definitions like “ To move or actuate

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15. ”, “ Cause to be Agitated ” and “ To discuss with great earnestness ”

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16. Agitate translate: 使担忧, 使焦虑;使躁动不安, 争论, (尤指公开)煽动,鼓动,大声疾呼, 摇动, 摇动;搅动

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17. ‘In the morning, Agitate the water with a toilet brush and flush.’ ‘During and after settling, care should be taken not to Agitate the water.’ ‘As he had mentioned to Vanessa, they needed a really good blow to Agitate the sea, stir up its bed and move larger objects to the surface.’

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18. Agitate - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums

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19. Agitated: See: disordered , disorderly , unsettled , vehement

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20. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English → See Verb table Examples from the Corpus Agitate • He loses his train of thought; this Agitates him

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21. • Ceremonial and precedence notably lost most of the power to Agitate rulers and governments which they had hitherto possessed

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22. • Mix the two solutions together and Agitate the

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23. Agitate against To provoke or encourage negative feelings or opinions about someone or something; to protest something

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24. See also: Agitate Agitate for To encourage and build support for a cause, especially by actively campaigning for it

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25. The story, though it will not greatly rouse or deeply Agitate, is yet sufficiently interesting to excite and prolong the attention of the reader; and the phraseology is at once correct and appropriate

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26. 77 synonyms for Agitate: protest, campaign, push, demonstrate, drive, crusade, cry out, stir, beat, mix

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27. Agitate (v.) 1580s, "to disturb," from Latin agitatus, past participle of agitare "to put in constant or violent motion, drive onward, impel," frequentative of agere "to set in motion, drive, drive forward," figuratively "incite to action; keep in movement, stir up" (from PIE root *ag-"to drive, draw out or forth, move").

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28. Synonyms for Agitate include shake, stir, disturb, jolt, bucket, convulse, jerk, jiggle, joggle and jounce

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29. The journal, Agitate! emerged from the close sharing of dreams, ideas, and labors among a number of students, colleagues, artists, and activists between 2011 and 2017

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30. Agitate! explores the possibilities and challenges of interweaving scholarship, creative writing, art, journalism, and activism

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31. We invite contributors from diverse locations to engage the anti-disciplinary space of Agitate! to catalyze new conversations, visions, and narrative practices in multiple genres and languages, in order to advance

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32. Definition of Agitate in the Definitions.net dictionary

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33. What does Agitate mean? Information and translations of Agitate in the most comprehensive dictionary …

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34. Agitate Spell 1 Enchantment Mental Nonlethal Source Gods & Magic pg

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35. Agitate each mixture for 30 sec by flicking the container with a finger or a vibrator

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36. Agitate (for/against something) political groups agitating for social change; Some militant groups have been agitating for autonomy for the region

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37. Agitate to do something Her family are agitating to have her transferred to a prison in the UK

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38. Definitions and Meaning of Agitate in English Agitate verb

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39. Change the arrangement or position of Synonyms : commove, disturb, raise up, shake up, stir up, vex; cause to be Agitated, excited, or roused Synonyms : charge, charge up, commove, excite, rouse, turn on Example - The speaker charged up the crowd with his inflammatory remarks

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40. 3 ‘they were used as stirrers to help to Agitate the vast masses of fermenting vegetation’ SYNONYMS stir , whisk, beat, churn, shake, toss, blend, whip, whip up, fold, roil, jolt, disturb

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41. Because my son is a troublemaker, he likes to Agitate his younger sister by hiding her dolls

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42. The protestors outside city hall hoped they were yelling loud enough to Agitate the close-minded mayor.

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43. As a teenager, I'd constantly Agitate my friends to meet outside Woolworths on a Saturday afternoon or go drinking stolen amaretto in the woods.: Crime and the closure or downsizing of Hartlepool's bustling three-star hospital, not foxhunting or Iraq, Agitate most Hartlepudlians

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44. And we'll continue to Agitate for political parties to revise this bad bill in light of our evidence after …

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45. Maytag washers usually run without a problem, that is unless they won’t Agitate

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46. ∎ [intr.] campaign to arouse public concern about an issue in the hope of prompting action: they Agitated for a reversal of the decision

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47. The Tesla Bot will 'Agitate' investors and distract the EV company from correcting key issues weighing on the stock, Wedbush says [email protected] (Emily Graffeo) 20 …

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50. Agitate for To encourage and build support for a cause, especially by actively campaigning for it

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AGITATE [ˈajəˌtāt]

VERB
agitate (verb) · agitates (third person present) · agitated (past tense) · agitated (past participle) · agitating (present participle)

Synonyms: Upset . Perturb . Fluster . Ruffle . Disconcert . Unnerve . Disquiet . Disturb . Distress . Unsettle . Bother . Concern . Trouble . Alarm . Work up . Flurry . Worry . Inflame . Incite . Provoke . Stir up . Calm . Campaign . Strive . Battle . Fight . Struggle . Crusade . Push . Press . Argue . Debate . Dispute . Wrangle . Stir . Whisk . Beat . Churn . Shake . Toss . Blend . Whip (up) . Fold . Roil . Jolt . Disturb .

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