agitated

  • 1agitated — adj. 1. troubled emotionally and usually deeply. Opposite of {unagitated}. agitated parents Note: Narrower terms are: {demoniac, demoniacal ; distraught, overwrought; {disturbed, jolted, shaken}; {feverish, hectic}; {frantic, frenetic, phrenetic …

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  • 2agitated — agitated; un·agitated; …

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  • 3agitated — index disordered, disorderly, unsettled, vehement Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 4agitated — англ. [э/джитэйтид] agitato ит. [аджита/то] agité фр. [ажитэ/] con agitazione ит. [кон аджитацио/нэ] возбужденно, взволнованно ◊ agitazione волнение …

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  • 5agitated — (adj.) 1610s, set in motion, pp. adjective from AGITATE (Cf. agitate) (v.). Meaning disturbed is from 1650s; that of disturbed in mind is from 1756. Meaning kept constantly in public view is from 1640s …

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  • 6agitated — [aj′ə tāt΄id] adj. shaken; perturbed; excited agitatedly adv …

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  • 7agitated — adj. VERBS ▪ be, feel, look, seem, sound ▪ He sounded very agitated on the phone. ▪ become, get, grow …

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  • 8Agitated — Agitate Ag i*tate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Agitated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Agitating}.] [L. agitatus, p. p. of agitare to put in motion, fr. agere to move: cf. F. agiter. See {Act}, {Agent}.] 1. To move with a violent, irregular action; as, the wind… …

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  • 9agitated — [[t]æ̱ʤɪteɪtɪd[/t]] ADJ GRADED If someone is agitated, they are very worried or upset, and show this in their behaviour, movements, or voice. Susan seemed agitated about something... The man in the house was in a very excited and agitated state.… …

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  • 10agitated — adjective so nervous or upset that you are unable to keep still or think calmly: An agitated waiter rushed up to apologize for the delay. | She got rather agitated …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 11agitated — adjective 1. troubled emotionally and usually deeply (Freq. 2) agitated parents • Ant: ↑unagitated • Similar to: ↑aroused, ↑emotional, ↑excited, ↑worke …

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  • 12agitated — a|gi|ta|ted [ˈædʒıteıtıd] adj so nervous or upset that you are unable to keep still or think calmly ▪ Amanda was getting visibly agitated …

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  • 13agitated — ag|i|tat|ed [ ædʒı,teıtəd ] adjective worried or upset: She became increasingly agitated as the interview proceeded …

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  • 14agitated — UK [ˈædʒɪˌteɪtɪd] / US [ˈædʒɪˌteɪtəd] adjective worried or upset She became increasingly agitated as the interview proceeded …

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  • 15agitated — [ˈædʒɪˌteɪtɪd] adj worried or upset Ant: calm She became increasingly agitated as the interview proceeded.[/ex] agitation [ˌædʒɪˈteɪʃ(ə)n] noun [U] …

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  • 16agitated — agitatedly, adv. /aj i tay tid/, adj. excited; disturbed. * * * …

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  • 17agitated — Synonyms and related words: abashed, afflicted, all shook up, all overish, anxious, anxioused up, apprehensive, aroused, beset, bothered, bustling, cast down, chagrined, chapfallen, concerned, confused, discomfited, discomforted, discomposed,… …

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  • 18agitated — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. disturbed, moved, upset, aroused; see excited , troubled 1 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective In a state of anxiety or uneasiness: anxious, concerned, distressed, nervous, solicitous, uneasy, unsettled. See FEELINGS …

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  • 19agitated — ag·i·tat·ed || ædʒɪteɪd adj. disturbed; perturbed, excited; shaken up ag·i·tate || ædʒɪteɪt v. stir up, disturb; perturb, excite; cause turmoil and unrest; cause to move in an irregular manner, shake …

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  • 20agitated — adjective make troubled or nervous. → agitate …

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