Verb(1) try to stir up public opinion(2) cause to be agitated, excited, or roused(3) exert oneself continuously, vigorously, or obtrusively to gain an end or engage in a crusade for a certain cause or person; be an advocate for(4) move very slightly(5) move or cause to move back and forth(6) change the arrangement or position of
(1) If you're going to agitate a person by getting them to eat certain foods, I think you've not given them a quality experience.(2) During and after settling, care should be taken not to agitate the water.(3) Undoubtedly, my observations will once again agitate a few people who will tell me that I should get behind U.S. automakers instead of criticizing them.(4) In the morning, agitate the water with a toilet brush and flush.(5) agitate the water to disperse the oil(6) As he had mentioned to Vanessa, they needed a really good blow to agitate the sea, stir up its bed and move larger objects to the surface.(7) They seemed generally wary of taking ├ö├ç├┐political├ö├ç├û stances on issues and preferred to cooperate with rather than agitate against the re-emerging government.(8) With a semisolid or solid manure storage, manure can be hauled when ever time allows without planning ahead to agitate the storage as is required with liquid storages.(9) The possible source of the SARS virus in that epidemic was agitated sewage water.(10) Poor Charlotte: it's a difficult time for her, anxious and agitated , only five weeks to Christmas and her fudge won't set, and then there's the turkeys to think of.(11) Great credit is to neighbour James Whelan who agitated for years for those lights, he held meetings in his house and made a great effort, so thanks to James we have a lovely bright cross.(12) She agitates the water and then places the cup on the middle of the plastic platform.(13) This crust helps control odors and should not be disturbed until the waste is agitated , just prior to field spreading.(14) There he agitated for free speech.(15) In some management systems, agitating the liquid in pits has greatly reduced fly breeding.(16) But her reporting is most powerful when recounting the isolated voices within the establishment who agitated for intervention.