To agitate in its literal use is nearly the same as to shake, tho we speak of the sea as agitated when we could not say it is shaken; the Latin agitate is preferred in scientific or technical use to the Saxon shake, and especially as applied to the action of mechanical contrivances; in the metaphorical use agitate is more transitory and superficial, shake more fundamental and enduring; a person's feelings are agitated by distressing news; his courage, his faith, his credit, or his testimony is shaken.
To see a divining rod in your dreams, foretells ill luck will dissatisfy you with present surroundings.
Every day Novaya Rus and Rabotchi Put openly incite to insurrection.
23:030:023 Then shall he give the rain of thy seed, that thou shalt sow the ground withal; and bread of the increase of the earth, and it shall be fat and plenteous: in that day shall thy cattle feed in large pastures.
Again, merely accidental or habitual general excitability tends to intensify all sounds, and whether the witness under consideration was in such condition can be determined only by the expert physician.
This did not irritate either Myrtle or Eugene.
But depart, provoke me not, that thou mayest the rather go in peace."
If there was any trouble, ---- or impending, affecting those she had served, her place was with them.
For drink, we took some wonderful sticky concoction of Harris’s, which you mixed with water and called lemonade, plenty of tea, and a bottle of whisky, in case, as George said, we got upset.
Don’t worry about it.
Power outages are likely to worsen, given its high population growth rates, unless the government can increase generating capacity.
Whether Porthos understood him or did not understand him, giving way to his anger, “Monsieur,” said he, “you stand a chance of getting chastised if you rub Musketeers in this fashion.”
To dream of a model, foretells your social affairs will deplete your purse, and quarrels and regrets will follow.
It is assumed that the phenomena which we now accept without surprise, do not excite our astonishment because they are understood.
The senseless legend of German superiority did much to exacerbate the irritations of the Poles in Posen and the French in Lorraine.