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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishagitateda‧gi‧ta‧ted /ˈædʒɪteɪtɪd/ adjective  UPSETso nervous or upset that you are unable to keep still or think calmly Amanda was getting visibly agitated.
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agitatedWhen her daughter didn't arrive, she became increasingly agitated.When turned or given other nursing care, his limited movements became agitated.And then, later on in the evening, he began to get agitated as the presentation neared.George did not want to go home in an agitated condition.On this particular morning he found Dotty in a somewhat agitated mood.Do you feel the person is especially silent, agitated or tense?The mixture is then heated in the agitated vessel.
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