Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. agitatus, p. p. of agitare, to put in motion, fr. agere, to move: cf. F. agiter,. See Act Agent
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. agitāre, freq. of agĕre, to put in motion. See Act.
Hence he became thoughtful and agitated.
"History of the Expedition to Russia" by Count Philip de Segur
Beside him stood Say, agitated and angry.
"The Delight Makers" by Adolf Bandelier
The old clock had nearly marked the hour of midnight as Hanz came out of the little room in an apparently agitated state of mind.
"The Von Toodleburgs" by F. Colburn Adams
Of the extreme risk of the undertaking she was too agitated to think.
"The Swindler and Other Stories" by Ethel M. Dell
Even in the midst of my agitation this thought made me smile.
"The House of Martha" by Frank R. Stockton
And why was my poor father so agitated, why the young officer so grave, why the people so deeply impressed at the scene?
"The Bastonnais" by John Lesperance
Only, he was much agitated while he was loading it, and his hand trembled greatly.
"The Vicomte de Bragelonne" by Alexandre Dumas
The slightest allusion to the subject agitates her for the whole day.
"Kate Danton, or, Captain Danton's Daughters" by May Agnes Fleming
What a scandalous speech of that agitator yesterday!
"The Eternal City" by Hall Caine
His tutor ascribed his agitation to the shock, and attempted to console him.
"Henrietta Temple A Love Story" by Benjamin Disraeli
A yelping, clamorous, unruly clan;
A small bald, agitated, snapping man;
And, as they raved, his fist he fiercely shook -
His name was COOK.
"The Mountain Laboured" by C J Dennis
“Those wedding bells shall not ring out!”
She cried - all agitated
“For her name is not Dick Whittington
And she hasn’t been vaccinated.”
"The Wedding That Never Was" by Billy Bennett
But when the great crisis comes,
our daring and our resolution vanish;
our soul is agitated, paralyzed;
and we run around the walls
seeking to save ourselves in flight.
"Trojans" by Constantine P Cavafy
A spring wind on the Bowery,
Blowing the fluff of night shelters
Off bedraggled garments,
And agitating the gutters, that eject little spirals of vapor
Like lewd growths.
"Spring" by Lola Ridge
He seized the glass. Across the silent water,
Now green, now white with agitated foam,
In line ahead, were British ships advancing
Each minute they were nearer to his home.
"The Lieutenant" by Konstantin Simonov
When the ancient agitator and his brothers carried swags
I've no doubt he very often tramped with empty tucker-bags
And I'm glad he's Heaven's picket, for I hate explainin' things
And he'll think a union ticket just as good as Whitely King's
"Saint Peter" by Henry Lawson
Catch the live show with Dan Turner and The Agitators Thursday at Green Bar .
During the lunch, an "angry and agitated" Martinez approached him and threatened to beat him, telling him, "You're lucky we're in school right now," the declaration alleges.
Is there a calculation to determine the difference in mixing when I change an agitator.
Is there a straightforward calculation to determine the difference in mixing when I change an agitator in a large vessel.
I am "backtracking" a change in an agitator that has already been replaced.
SUTTONS BAY — A consummate rabble-rouser, Terry was an advocate, agitator, champion, dogmatist, firebrand, fomenter, inciter, instigator, provocateur, rebel, reformer and visionary.
CAIR, perennial agitator for language purges and "hate speech" regulation, is suddenly the champion of First Amendment free expression.
The 15-year-old was nervous and agitated when asked to remove her sunglasses and gray wig and never asked about her family once the truth emerged.
As for salt, it agitates clams .
The things that agitate Jazz fans also gnaw at Tyrone Corbin .
St Louis Rams' Cortland Finnegan more than just an agitator.
Catch the live show with Dan Turner and The Agitators Thursday at Green Bar.
The things that agitate Jazz fans also gnaw at Tyrone Corbin.
They say he seemed agitated and frustrated.
The agitated voice on the line was ticked off that he had no heat or hot water in his Brooklyn apartment.
Indeed, at high temperature, interaction between spins becomes negligible compared to thermal agitation.
Clusters in Simple Fluids
The solution is strongly agitated by pipetting.
Optical microrheology using rotating laser-trapped particles
Since each atom experiences thermal agitation, the energy distributions of these atoms could be investigated by Classical MaxwellBoltzmann Statistics .
Investigation of the Heat Capacities of Proteins by Statistical Mechanical Methods
Thermal agitation makes the polymer explore different conﬁgurations.
DNA Elasticity : Topology of Self-Avoidance
But since these agitations only cause continuous changes, the polymer will remain in a single topological class.
DNA Elasticity : Topology of Self-Avoidance