agitate


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Synonyms for agitate

Synonyms for agitate

to cause to move to and fro violently

Synonyms for agitate

try to stir up public opinion

exert oneself continuously, vigorously, or obtrusively to gain an end or engage in a crusade for a certain cause or person

move very slightly

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change the arrangement or position of

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The contractors also alleged favouritism in e-tending system and warned they would agitate if the old system was not restored.
Wilkerson's original piece, since amended by the Times, left little need for guessing: Sheldon Adelson and Paul Singer, Jewish billionaires, funneling money into groups like the Foundation for Defense of Democracies in order to spread falsehoods, agitate for war, and subject America's national security interests to their own.
Storing liquids in tanks is essential for many process industry applications, for example chemicals for finishing and surface treatment applications, as is the need to agitate the contents to avoid separation and sedimentation.
The Valmiki community leaders in Sambhal, Amroha and Moradabad have threatened to agitate against the " atrocities of the SP government." The BJP's Anusuchit Jati Morcha extended their support to the agitating Valmikis.
Tension still prevails in parts of Rajasthan as the Gujjars continue to agitate by blocking road and rail traffic.