After years of buyouts, layoffs, and holding the line on costs, employees are agitated over potential changes to the pension plan.
The meeting wound down shortly afterward but not before an agitated President Reagan warned once more against leaks.
As I left with an agitated employer, Kemp encouraged me to reach out to him if I wanted to get to know him better.
At first, the doctors write, the villagers were “fearful and agitated,” lacking the basic necessities needed to survive.
He was calm but every once in a while would get agitated and say, 'Have the cops been here, have the cops been here?'
I confess I was too agitated to catch every word that was spoken.
I'm so agitated by recent events, that, that—indeed you must excuse me.
So, during 1647 and 1648, the navy was agitated by dissensions.
What shook the pillars of the Union when the Missouri question was agitated?
Verily awe of man is like smoke, and quickly, when it is agitated, vanishes.
1610s, "set in motion," past participle adjective from agitate (v.). Meaning "disturbed" is from 1650s; that of "disturbed in mind" is from 1756. Meaning "kept constantly in public view" is from 1640s.