Agitate ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Agitate ( verb )

  1. To cause someone to feel very worried or excited.
  2. To cause something to move around quickly and energetically.

Origin:

Late middle english (in the sense "keep in motion, disturb"): from latin agitare, from agitare "drive, set in motion", frequentative of agere "do".

Examples:

  1. The news agitated her.
  2. The protesters agitated for change.
  3. The storm agitated the sea.
  4. He agitated the liquid with a spoon.
  5. She agitated the crowd with her speech.

(As a noun)

Agitate ( noun )

  1. To cause someone to feel very worried or excited.
  2. To cause something to move around quickly and energetically.

Origin:

Late middle english (in the sense "keep in motion, disturb"): from latin agitare, from agitare "drive, set in motion", frequentative of agere "do".

Examples:

  1. The news agitated her.
  2. The protesters agitated for change.
  3. The storm agitated the sea.
  4. He agitated the liquid with a spoon.
  5. She agitated the crowd with her speech.
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