agita

[aj-i-tuh]
noun
1.
heartburn; indigestion.
2.
agitation; anxiety.

Origin:
1980–85, Americanism; < Italian, < agitare < Latin agitāre agitate

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Main Entry:  agita
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  agitation or anxiety
Example:  The house remodeling gave her agita.
Etymology:  Italian agitare 'to agitate'
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agita ag·i·ta (āj'ĭ-tə)
n.
Acid indigestion.

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Example sentences
They were not, however, the source of his breakfast-time agita.
So much agita at the heart of so much accomplishment.
Proper operating procedures can minimize emission during agita- tion.
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