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Detailed Synonyms for agitation in English

agitation:

agitation [the ~] noun

  1. the agitation
    the agitation; the unrest; the turbulence
  2. the agitation
    the commotion; the turbulence; the agitation; the turmoil; the unrest; the trouble
  3. the agitation
    the arousal; the agitation
  4. the agitation
    – the act of agitating something; causing it to move around (usually vigorously) 1
    the agitation
    – the act of agitating something; causing it to move around (usually vigorously) 1
  5. the agitation
    – disturbance usually in protest 1
    the turmoil; the excitement; the agitation; the upheaval; the hullabaloo
    – disturbance usually in protest 1
  6. the agitation
    – the feeling of being agitated; not calm 1
    the agitation
    – the feeling of being agitated; not calm 1
  7. the agitation
    – a state of agitation or turbulent change or development 1
    the agitation; the ferment; the fermentation; the unrest; the tempestuousness
    – a state of agitation or turbulent change or development 1
  8. the agitation
    – a mental state of extreme emotional disturbance 1
    the agitation
    – a mental state of extreme emotional disturbance 1

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Related Definitions for "agitation":

  1. the act of agitating something; causing it to move around (usually vigorously)1
  2. disturbance usually in protest1
  3. the feeling of being agitated; not calm1
  4. a state of agitation or turbulent change or development1
  5. a mental state of extreme emotional disturbance1

agitate:

to agitate verb (agitates, agitated, agitating)

  1. to agitate
    to deal with; to deal; to agitate; to act
    • deal with verb (deals with, dealt with, dealing with)
    • deal verb (deals, dealt, dealing)
    • agitate verb (agitates, agitated, agitating)
    • act verb (acts, acted, acting)
  2. to agitate
    to stir; to agitate; to shake up; to budge
    • stir verb (stirs, stirred, stirring)
    • agitate verb (agitates, agitated, agitating)
    • shake up verb (shakes up, shook up, shaking up)
    • budge verb (budges, budged, budging)
  3. to agitate
    to stir; to agitate; to mix
    • stir verb (stirs, stirred, stirring)
    • agitate verb (agitates, agitated, agitating)
    • mix verb (mixes, mixed, mixing)
  4. to agitate
    – change the arrangement or position of 1
    to disturb; to agitate; to vex; to stir up; to shake up; raise up; commove
    – change the arrangement or position of 1
    • disturb verb (disturbs, disturbed, disturbing)
    • agitate verb (agitates, agitated, agitating)
    • vex verb (vexes, vexed, vexing)
    • stir up verb (stirs up, stirred up, stirring up)
    • shake up verb (shakes up, shook up, shaking up)
    • raise up verb
    • commove verb
  5. to agitate
    – cause to be agitated, excited, or roused 1
    to charge; to excite; to agitate; to rouse; turn on; charge up; commove
    – cause to be agitated, excited, or roused 1
    • charge verb (charges, charged, charging)
      • The speaker charged up the crowd with his inflammatory remarks1
    • excite verb (excites, excited, exciting)
    • agitate verb (agitates, agitated, agitating)
    • rouse verb (rouses, roused, rousing)
    • turn on verb
    • charge up verb
    • commove verb
  6. to agitate
    – move or cause to move back and forth 1
    to shake; to agitate
    – move or cause to move back and forth 1
    • shake verb (shakes, shook, shaking)
      • The chemist shook the flask vigorously1
      • My hands were shaking1
    • agitate verb (agitates, agitated, agitating)
  7. to agitate
    – move very slightly 1
    to shift; to stir; to agitate; to budge
    – move very slightly 1
    • shift verb (shifts, shifted, shifting)
      • He shifted in his seat1
    • stir verb (stirs, stirred, stirring)
    • agitate verb (agitates, agitated, agitating)
    • budge verb (budges, budged, budging)
  8. to agitate
    – try to stir up public opinion 1
    to agitate; to stir up; foment
    – try to stir up public opinion 1
    • agitate verb (agitates, agitated, agitating)
    • stir up verb (stirs up, stirred up, stirring up)
    • foment verb
  9. to agitate
    – 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 1
    to press; campaign; to push; to fight; to agitate; crusade
    – 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 1
    • press verb (presses, pressed, pressing)
    • campaign verb
    • push verb (pushes, pushed, pushing)
      • The liberal party pushed for reforms1
      • The Dean is pushing for his favorite candidate1
    • fight verb (fights, fought, fighting)
    • agitate verb (agitates, agitated, agitating)
    • crusade verb

Conjugations for agitate:

present
  1. agitate
  2. agitate
  3. agitates
  4. agitate
  5. agitate
  6. agitate
simple past
  1. agitated
  2. agitated
  3. agitated
  4. agitated
  5. agitated
  6. agitated
present perfect
  1. have agitated
  2. have agitated
  3. has agitated
  4. have agitated
  5. have agitated
  6. have agitated
past continuous
  1. was agitating
  2. were agitating
  3. was agitating
  4. were agitating
  5. were agitating
  6. were agitating
future
  1. shall agitate
  2. will agitate
  3. will agitate
  4. shall agitate
  5. will agitate
  6. will agitate
continuous present
  1. am agitating
  2. are agitating
  3. is agitating
  4. are agitating
  5. are agitating
  6. are agitating
subjunctive
  1. be agitated
  2. be agitated
  3. be agitated
  4. be agitated
  5. be agitated
  6. be agitated
diverse
  1. agitate!
  2. let's agitate!
  3. agitated
  4. agitating
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

agitate

  1. agitate

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Related Definitions for "agitate":

  1. change the arrangement or position of1
  2. cause to be agitated, excited, or roused1
  3. move or cause to move back and forth1
  4. move very slightly1
  5. try to stir up public opinion1
  6. exert oneself continuously, vigorously, or obtrusively to gain an end or engage in a crusade for a certain cause or person; be an advocate for1