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  • During that period, he held many party positions and successfully led several agitations.
  • His efforts failed due to his agitation of the native population.
  • He felt these agitations rising and growing in, and becoming master over, himself. Cited from Shakspere And Montaigne, by Jacob Feis
  • They had given their property and their lives to the anti-slavery agitation. Cited from The Promise Of American Life, by Herbert David Croly
  • Then you will be able to endure everything that comes upon you without any agitation.
  • At this period anti-slavery agitation again became the order of the day. Cited from History of England in Three Volumes, Vol. III, by E. Farr & E. H. Nolan
  • In most cases they provided a security-service for the various events but also participated in the active agitation.
  • This union provided services and was a source of political agitation.
  • Further public agitation for silver use was driven by fear that there was not enough money in the community.
  • However, even earlier there were agitations now and then against the French.
  • I know that I could not then have defined my feelings and agitations. Cited from Uncle Silas, by J. S. LeFanu
  • Gandhi worked hard to win public support for the agitation across the country.
  • It said the agitations would continue until a Bill was passed in Parliament.
  • The military leaders never joined the agitation, but they accepted it.
  • What see we to-day in the agitations on the other side of the Atlantic? Cited from The Great Speeches and Orations of Daniel Webster
  • The road has seen several major agitations as part of Indian Independence movements.
  • He led many agitations to improve the living standards of the people in this region.
  • As they return the remaining birds show signs of agitation, and sometimes fly up to join them.
  • He has led number of mass agitations on agricultural issues in India.
  • Kottayam has played its role in all the political agitations of modern times.
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Words starting with agitation

Meaning of agitation

  • noun A mental state of extreme emotional disturbance
  • noun A state of agitation or turbulent change or development
    the political ferment produced new leadership, social unrest
  • noun The feeling of being agitated; not calm
  • noun Disturbance usually in protest
  • noun The act of agitating something; causing it to move around (usually vigorously)