Meaning: en
n. stirring up, disturbing; perturbation, excitement; unrest, turmoil
Fred's agitation has now subsided, and he's sleeping peacefully.
He sat down to recover from his agitation.
Look at the alchemic glass," he cried; "something glows in the crucible, pure and heavy." He lifted it with a trembling hand, and exclaimed in a voice of agitation, "Gold! gold!"
At last, as midnight approached and the street gradually cleared, he paced up and down the room in uncontrollable agitation.
His agitation was so great that he could hardly speak.
Her agitation was so great that she could hardly speak.
She raised her veil as she spoke, and we could see that she was indeed in a pitiable state of agitation, her face all drawn and gray, with restless frightened eyes, like those of some hunted animal.
That would calm people's agitation in Algeria.
I will tell you all, sir. Do not imagine that my agitation on behalf of my son arises from any fear lest he should have had a hand in this terrible affair. He is utterly innocent of it. My dread is, however, that in your eyes and in the eyes of others he may appear to be compromised.
I could not but observe that as she took the seat which Sherlock Holmes placed for her, her lip trembled, her hand quivered, and she showed every sign of intense inward agitation.
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