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churn to beat or agitate in a churn to make butter. [2/6 definitions]
convulse to throw into turmoil; agitate. [1/3 definitions]
discompose to upset the composure of; perturb; agitate. [1/2 definitions]
exercise to disturb or agitate. [1/9 definitions]
fan1 to stir up or agitate with or as though with a fan. [1/7 definitions]
ferment to upset, inflame, or agitate. [1/8 definitions]
flutter to cause to flutter; wave, beat, or agitate. [1/9 definitions]
fret1 to agitate the surface of (water). [1/8 definitions]
instigate to purposely agitate or incite; provoke; foment.
perturb to cause great disturbance in (the mind); agitate or worry. [1/3 definitions]
roil to disturb or anger; agitate. [1/3 definitions]
ruffle to disturb the smoothness or evenness of; agitate or ripple. [1/9 definitions]
shake to upset; agitate; disturb. [1/16 definitions]
shock1 to agitate suddenly, causing intense surprise, dismay, disgust, or the like. [1/8 definitions]
stir1 to agitate or mix (a liquid) by making circular motions with a hand or object. [1/10 definitions]
thresher any of various large sharks that have tails with a large upper lobe with which they allegedly agitate the water to drive smaller fish together to be preyed upon. [1/2 definitions]
torment to agitate, annoy, or pester. [1/4 definitions]
trouble to disturb the calmness of; agitate. [1/13 definitions]
unsettle to agitate or disturb the mind or emotions of; make uneasy, uncertain, or the like; upset. [1/3 definitions]