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troubled emotionally and usually deeply
physically disturbed or set in motion
"the agitated mixture foamed and bubbled"
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The numerical value of agitated in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of agitated in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Examples of agitated in a Sentence
Looking back, we would make the same decision, the gorilla was clearly agitated. The gorilla was clearly disoriented.
The girls would have outbursts. He would have occasional outbursts. They would all do the same thing and copy him. One time they removed him from the courtroom and put him a holding cell, behind a locked door with a little screen, at one point he was agitated and (said) something to the effect of 'Somebody ought to cut your head off, judge' ... And before you knew it, Bingo! He was leaping toward the judge. The bailiff tackled him in midair.
Your mind is like this water my friend, when it is agitated it becomes difficult to see, but if you allow it to settle, the answer becomes clear.
Social media companies have stumbled onto a stubborn, devastating fact, the way to get kids to linger on the platforms and to maximize profit is to upset them — to make them outraged, to make them agitated, to make them scared, to make them vulnerable, to make them feel helpless, anxious [and] despondent.
Polaire! The agitating and agitated Polaire! The tiny slip of a woman that you know, with the waist slender to the point of pain, of screaming out loud, of breaking in two, in a spasmically tight bodice, the prettiest slimness ...
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