stir up

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Synonyms for stir up

try to stir up public opinion

arouse or excite feelings and passions

change the arrangement or position of

provoke or stir up

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stir up a turmoil in the street, namely to public stir-ups through an act that
It was one of several banterfilled challenges put in place by boss Brian Laws to try to stir up some spirit in his squad.
And Proteas coach Mickey Arthur admitted his slating of Alastair Cook and Adil Rashid after England's mauling in Centurion were an attempt to stir up a bit of hostility.
Well, not wanting to stir up anything more, here are five more team-mate bust-ups.
In keeping with the conference's racist base, the sound bite phenom known as the Reverend Jesse Jackson dipped his finger in the political carafe once again to stir up the race debate by claiming that not enough people of color are present on cable news programs such as MSNBC, FOX, CNN, etc.