Agitation (noun)

  1. The act or state of being agitated, or disturbed emotionally.
  2. The act of stirring up or making something active.

Origin:

From latin agitatio, from agitare ("to move, set in motion").

Examples:

  1. She was filled with agitation as she waited for the test results.
  2. The agitation of the water caused the sediment to settle.
  3. The political agitation led to a change in government.
  4. The agitation caused by the barking dog kept the neighborhood awake.
  5. The room was full of agitation as people discussed the controversial topic.
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