Agitate
[add-ji-tate]
Definitions:
  1. To argue strongly for something you want
  2. To make somebody to feel angry, anxious, or nervous
  3. To make something move around by stirring or shaking it
Part of Speech:
Verb
Sample Sentences:
  1. I will agitate my mother until I get the candy.
  2. She easily agitated the guard with her words.
  3. She agitated the milk over and over the make it thicker.
Variations:
Agitable, overagitate
Synonyms:
Dispute, fluster, toss, wave
Antonyms:
Calm, soothe
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