agitative


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  • adj

Synonyms for agitative

causing or tending to cause anger or resentment

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30) But, as a statement clearly directed at literate diviners, it is also agitative in nature.
Perhaps unwittingly, these websites have spawned a brand new political constituency - noisy, restless and agitative - that today's political parties do not want to offend or ignore.
Alexza believes that many patients with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder can make informed decisions regarding their treatment in an acute agitative state and would prefer a rapid-acting, noninvasive treatment.
In the arty spaces of today's entertainment culture, social heterogeneity and agitative political art are considered irritating-- disruptions of a safe distance from unexpected events.
Appropriating such elements of preexisting, politically suspect discourse into the community mythos may be something of a regressive move, when a more progressive -- perhaps less agitative one -- may be called for.