Definition of Agitations

1. Noun. (plural of agitation) ¹



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Definition of Agitations

1. agitation [n] - See also: agitation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Agitations

agistments
agistor
agistors
agists
agita
agitable
agitas
agitate
agitated
agitated depression
agitatedly
agitates
agitating
agitation
agitational
agitations (current term)
agitative
agitato
agitator
agitators
agitatos
agitatrices
agitatrix
agito
agitographia
agitolalia
agitophasia
agitpop
agitprop
agitprops

Literary usage of Agitations

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1. The Press and Politics in Japan: A Study of the Relation Between the by Kisaburō KawabĂ© (1921)
"... the Russian-spy case; France's violation of neutrality; the peace treaty and political agitations; conflicts between the police and the crowds; ..."

2. Transactions by Penzance Natural History and Antiquarian Society (1851)
"On the two great Thunder-storms, with Extraordinary agitations of the Sea, in 1846. BY RICHARD EDMONDS, JUN., EsQ. EXTRAORDINARY oscillations of the sea ..."

3. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1860)
"... State agitations, and the building up A Babel of unripe democracies ; But in the charity of man to man ; In the acknowledgment of common blood Drawn ..."

4. Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle by Jane Welsh Carlyle (1883)
"My love to Isabella, who I hope is not gone with him; for she is not strong enough for encountering agitations of that sort. Hoping to hear soon good news ..."

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