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beside oneself in a state of extreme agitation or excitement.
calm to reduce agitation or excitement in; make quieter. [1/6 definitions]
churn to move with vigorous agitation. [1/6 definitions]
dance to jump or skip in excitement or agitation. [1/9 definitions]
excitement something that causes stimulation, agitation, or intense interest. [1/2 definitions]
exciting causing excitement, arousal, or agitation.
ferment a state of agitation, upset, or rapid change. [1/8 definitions]
fermentation excitement, agitation, or upset; ferment. [1/2 definitions]
feverish marked by agitation, excitement, or restlessness. [1/2 definitions]
flurry a sudden, short spell of activity, agitation, excitement, or confusion. [2/4 definitions]
fluster a state of nervous agitation or confusion. [1/2 definitions]
flutter a state or the result of agitation or excitement; fluster or flurry; commotion. [1/9 definitions]
foam a usu. whitish mass of small bubbles that forms on the surface of a liquid after agitation, fermentation, or the like; froth. [1/6 definitions]
frenzy a seizure marked by violent agitation, excitement, or enthusiasm, or the activity accompanying such a seizure. [2/3 definitions]
froth any foamy substance or aggregation of bubbles, such as results from fermentation, agitation, or salivation in certain diseases. [1/5 definitions]
key up to bring to a state of intense feeling or agitation.
moil confusion, agitation, or trouble; turmoil. [1/4 definitions]
nerve (pl.) nervous agitation. [1/6 definitions]
overwrought disturbed by excessive worry or agitation. [1/3 definitions]
ripple the act or result of rippling; small or slight undulation, wave, or agitation. [1/5 definitions]
shocking causing surprise, dismay, disgust, or other emotional agitation.