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agitated
Definition:
troubled emotionally and usually deeply; " agitated parents"

Synonyms:

adjective
agitated
convulsive, disquieted, distraught, disturbed, erratic, feverish, jerky, jumpy, nervous, palpitating, perturbed, quaking, quavering, quivering, restless, shaken, shaking, shivering, shuddering, skittish, spastic, trembling, troubled, twitching, uneasy, unquiet, upset, wobbling, writhing, Churned, Jarred, fluttered, twitchy, jittery.
all
agitated.
angry
mad.
changeable
flighty, mercurial, mutable, shifting, unsteady, changeful, commutative, reversible, revocable, transformable, transitional, Permutable.
destructive
violent.
disturbed
aroused, excited, flustered, moved, upset.
ebullient
frothy, irrepressible, chirpy, in high spirits, zestful, chirpiest, chirpier.
enthusiastic
ebullient.
excited
aroused, attentive, breathless, effervescent, exhilarated, inflamed, stimulated, turbulent, electrified, juiced up, aflame, animated, anxious, ardent, burning, disquieted, disturbed, excited, fervent, feverish, fiery, impassioned, passionate, Energized, keyed up, steamed up, zipped up.
fearful
shrinking, timorous, weak-kneed, have cold feet, aflutter, in a dither, goose-bumpy, rabbity, running scared.
fevered
burning up.
frightened
afraid, alarmed, anxious, apprehensive, cowardly, fainthearted, fearful, frightened, horrified, intimidated, jittery, lily-livered, paralyzed, petrified, rattled, scared, startled, terrified, terror-stricken, timid, unnerved, weak-kneed, Harrowed, chicken-livered, scared stiff.
overwrought
overstrung, over-excited, strung-out, in a state, over-wrought, all shook up, fired-up, freaked-out, hot under collar, hot-and-bothered, keyed-up, wound-up.
rough
unmusical, roiled, roily, rough-and-tumble, squally, stridulent.
rough-and-tumble
knockabout, rough and tumble.
uncontrolled
frenzied.
vigorous
ablaze, active, afire, animated, ardent, burning, eager, earnest, emphatic, energetic, enthusiastic, excited, exuberant, fervent, fiery, frisky, full-blooded, hearty, impassioned, industrious, lively, lusty, mettlesome, passionate, peppy, potent, powerful, prolific, puissant, spirited, sprightly, strenuous, strong, vigorous, virile, zealous, zestful, zippy.
violent
demoniac, head-strong.
noun
agitated
aroused, bubbling, churned-up, churning, demoniac, demoniacal, distraught, emotional, excited, feverish, foaming, foamy, frantic, frenetic, frenzied, frothing, hectic, hysterical, jolted, moving, overwrought, phrenetic, psychedelic, rippled, roiled, roiling, roily, ruffled, seething, shaken, spumous, spumy, stirred, sudsy, tossing, turbulent, wild-eyed, worked up.
disturbed
moved.
verb
agitated
flustered, jolted, shook, stirred, Palpitated, Quaked, Quavered, Quivered, Shivered, Shuddered, Twitched.
deranged
blurred, botched, cluttered, confounded, confused, deranged, disarranged, discomposed, disheveled, dislocated, disordered, disorganized, fermented, jumbled, mislaid, misplaced, rippled, roiled, roughened, ruffled, rumpled, scattered, scrambled, tousled, Capsized, Displaced, Hashed, Meddled, Messed, Mussed, Rummaged, Tampered, Tossed, Tumbled, Whipped, Whisked, Convulsed, Swirled, mixed up muddled.
excited
fired.
frightened
haunted, panicked, threatened, set on edge.
invigorated
activated, enlivened, invigorated, powered, revived, strengthened, Energized, Roused, enthused.
Examples of usage:
  1. " So they say," replied the agitated Mr. Dillingford, entering the room. – Green Fancy by George Barr McCutcheon
  2. Henrica returned to her aunt in a deeply- agitated mood. – The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers by Georg Ebers
  3. She looked agitated and, in spite of the fact that she had been waiting downstairs for nearly ten minutes, was almost breathless. – General John Regan 1913 by George A. Birmingham
  4. On the contrary, the expression was agitated, almost angry. – Coningsby by Benjamin Disraeli
  5. But Jim was agitated at that particular moment. – The Red Eric by R.M. Ballantyne

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