Definition of 'agitated'
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As the potential implications of Piercey's words forced their way into his consciousness Dayton became agitated. A MATTER OF CONSCIENCE (1993)He knew his position was weakening with every wring of Michelle's agitated hands. WALL GAMES (1993)He paced up and down, swinging his viewfinder in agitated fashion. A SONG AT TWILIGHT (1993)
To Willi's surprise, a small knot of clearly agitated people were gathered at the steps leading into the Monterey. BLACK EAGLES (1993)
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British English: agitated ADJECTIVE
If someone is agitated, they are very worried or upset, and show this in their behaviour, movements, or voice.
She seemed agitated about something.
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