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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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We are not to conclude too hastily, however, that faction did not, in a certain degree, agitate the particular cities; much less that a due subordination and harmony reigned in the general system.
My dear,' said he to Esther, 'you must not agitate yourself.
The vulcanizing machine includes a mold mechanism such as a lower side mold (5) and an upper side mold (25) and the like, which removably accommodate a green tire (4), an agitating mechanism (30), which agitates a heating pressure medium such as nitrogen gas or the like, which vulcanization molds the green tire (4) by heating the green tire (4) while pressing it against the mold mechanism, and an induction heating mechanism (41), which preferentially heats the agitating mechanism.
agitates successfully at school to be taught about comparative American cultures, and he pressures his father in order to find out what happened to him in the internment camps, though his father is reluctant to talk about the past.
The vertical device is a long shaft with multi-directional arms that agitates material above and below the auger in the weigh hopper.