Thesaurus / stir up

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In due course the disaffection of the sepoy army began to stir up certain classes of the civil population.

India Under British RuleJames Talboys Wheeler

Then, at Number Seventeen I offered to bet him a ball a hole, just to put some life into him and stir up his—er—cupidity.

Fore!Charles Emmett Van Loan

His proposal is likely to stir up ill-will —— the various classes.

Hodges is examined on suspicion of being an emissary from the British, sent to stir up the Indian tribes against the Americans.

Anyhow, I'm in no condition to resist now; and I don't believe they'll stir up any evidence around the cabin.

He could never understand the people who were always wanting to stir up trouble.

Uh—no, because the identification men hadn't arrived, and we didn't want to stir up anything.

Warren Commission (6 of 26): Hearings Vol. VI (of 15)The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy

And what's more, I'll stir up that Legislatur' while I'm in it.

Out of the Hurly-BurlyCharles Heber Clark

"It will stir up a great deal of ill-feeling throughout Germany," said the Emperor Francis, hastily.

"I wonder if I can stir up that fire," he added, starting to where the campfire had been.

To Alaska for GoldEdward Stratemeyer
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