agitator[ aj-i-tey-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF agitator
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AGITATOR
To think the mother was afraid he would turn out an agitator!
You'd never dream that he was an agitator or that he'd want to lead a rebellion.
He understands the Irish agitator, but the English Separatist beats him.
Since he was a boy firing a locomotive engine, he has been an agitator.
This is hardly the tone of the agitator as known to us to-day.
For instance, the House elects Papineau, the agitator, speaker.
The Nationalisation of the Dinner-jacket would be death to the Agitator.
It was Bunny's father, the agitator and anarchistic lecturer.
Sumner was ever after in great demand as a speaker and anti-Southern agitator.
"Pisistratus, you are as great an agitator as your namesake," cried my father, smiling.