agitation[ aj-i-tey-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF agitation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AGITATION
Eudora persevered in silence, but her agitation obviously increased.
It might be well for him to reflect that agitation was a two-edged sword.
Burke retained his manner of serene indifference to the other's agitation.
The sight of her agitation silenced the singers, and they gazed at her in surprise.
Her face had a bright, pleased expression, and showed no trace of fatigue or agitation.
For a while she was silent, but her eyes and clasping fingers were restless and showed her agitation.
His feelings were habitually manifested by the agitation of his limbs.
In his agitation Peter let the remainder of the flowers fall.
When we wriggles he mistakes the agitation of his tail for the trembling of the edifice.
But he was not to let her see the evidences of his agitation, lest she be frightened.