agitated

[ aj-i-tey-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF agitated

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AGITATED

He was reading when I approached him, and he looked flushed and agitated.

I'm so agitated by recent events, that, that—indeed you must excuse me.

She interrupted him quickly, and was so agitated that she stammered her words at random.

What shook the pillars of the Union when the Missouri question was agitated?

Arthur Channing, pale and agitated, came running from his home.

Constance could have laughed, but for her own distress, agitated though he was.

He paused, and again studied her countenance, which was agitated.

He too was agitated; for he had not seen her since their parting in the churchyard.

And her agitated hand waved to them from a chaise window, and she was gone.

Walter began to breathe quickly, and his lips were agitated; then he set them obstinately.

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