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Word: agitate

Definition: stir up; disturb


Sentences Containing 'agitate'

But for one whose privilege it was to agitate that ocean of human waves, how many were received with a look of indifference or a sneer of disdain!
However, a significant number of Democrat members remained unhappy with the GST deal, and began to agitate for a change in leadership.
In December 1986, college students demonstrated in over a dozen Chinese cities in order to agitate for greater economic and political freedoms.
It should be noted that the actions carried out by these extreme groups were meant primarily to agitate and control public opinion, creating fears about the Communist Party.
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