agitate

[ aj-i-teyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF agitate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AGITATE

In 1831, a movement was on foot to agitate the question of abolishing slavery.

I see how the questions that agitate this country interest you.

We cannot be judges of his policy, or the great events which agitate Europe.

"When we get back home we can agitate for a mission to come here," Tance said.

Under that law every problem you agitate here is already solved.

If there is no law punishing the offence, agitate until you get one.

The most trifling thing must agitate one who has been so very, very ill.

Yet, why be so alarmed, why should this single question so agitate her?

All that the tempest could do was to agitate the ray of light, and change it into lightning.

I trust our Agricultural papers will agitate this improvement.

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