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Synonyms for agitation

Synonyms for agitation

the condition of being physically agitated

an interruption of regular procedure or of public peace

Synonyms for agitation

a state of agitation or turbulent change or development

the feeling of being agitated

disturbance usually in protest

the act of agitating something

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Elton's engagement had been the cure of the agitation of meeting Mr.
The name of my unfortunate and murdered friend was an agitation too great to be endured in my weak state; I shed tears.
More than once the agitation into which these reflections threw me made my friends dread a dangerous relapse.
Natasha saw and felt the agitation the two elderly men and her brother were trying to conceal, and was herself excited by it.
She stopped in speechless agitation, not crying, but feeling as if she were being inwardly grappled.
His manner seemed changed, his voice was quick from the agitation of joy; and all that had been awful in his dignity seemed lost in tenderness.
By not one of the circle was he listened to with such unbroken, unalloyed enjoyment as by his wife, who was really extremely happy to see him, and whose feelings were so warmed by his sudden arrival as to place her nearer agitation than she had been for the last twenty years.
For the present the danger was over, and Fanny's sick feelings subsided; but when tea was soon afterwards brought in, and Sir Thomas, getting up, said that he found that he could not be any longer in the house without just looking into his own dear room, every agitation was returning.
Every thing was silent; this could not be borne many seconds; she opened the door, advanced a few steps towards the stairs, and after listening half a minute, returned into the room in all the agitation which a conviction of having heard him would naturally produce; in the ecstasy of her feelings at that instant she could not help exclaiming, "Oh, Elinor, it is Willoughby, indeed it is
The PML-N leader said nations were not built through agitations, sit-ins and pulling each others' legs and it would have been better if Qadri Sahib had started campaign against terrorism.
Amrish and Ketan Patel, former aides of PAAS leader Hardik Patel, who had played significant roles in the Patel agitations, have joined the saffron party.
Almost all states with a substantial Jat populace started agitations and protest.
While the plantation sector has reeled under the wave of agitations, the tourism sector in Munnar has also been hardly hit because workers are resorting to road blockades at all arterial points in Munnar.
The space occupied was equal to the small tented agitations that go on in Jantar Mantar at any given point of time.
The 1938 and 1965 anti-Hindi agitations are moments of pride for DMK.