agitate Collocations
agitate1) Others become agitated and may seem very demanding.
2) The movements beneath the robes became more agitated .
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agitate against1) The left wing of the Republican Party began agitating against Taft.
1) I agitate against feminist bullshit. as a means of asserting my value.
2) In India, Mahatma Gandhi was agitating against the English government school.
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agitate for1) Potts agitated for a more focused and aggressive role.
2) Countries agitated for reparations that Japan was too poor to pay.
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agitate mind1) But for the agitated mind there is no Self knowledge.
2) These questions are agitating the minds of every evacuee.
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agitate people1) He left the city after agitating people with his views on race.
2) In the meantime , we need to educate and agitate people about the economics of opportunity costs .
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agitate state1) During the interview he was in an agitated state .
2) In the agitated state , the bat is ready to swap items.
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agitate to1) The resulting three phase mixture is agitated to promote mixing.
2) His family are agitating to get him home.
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agitate water1) This means the water is often agitated .
2) She agitated the water and dispersed the traces.
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agitated1) Others become agitated and may seem very demanding.
2) The movements beneath the robes became more agitated .
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agitated depression1) Dysphoric mania is primarily manic and agitated depression is primarily depressed.
2) But, the relief from this agitated depression is only temporary.
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extremely agitated1) The doctor makes house calls when Mrs. Burroughs is extremely agitated .
2) Day 8 - feeling extremely agitated and aggressive for absolutely no reason.
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increasingly agitated1) She also just had issues becoming increasingly agitated .
2) Coal miners increasingly agitated for improved wages and working conditions after 1900.
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so agitated1) She had never seen him so agitated .
2) I feel so agitated and empty right now!
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very agitated1) I remember his children becoming very agitated .
2) The way he spoke was very agitated .
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