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Frasi con agitate (in inglese)

1. To agitate him thus.
2. And agitate my heart again;.
3. I was in a hurry, agitate and anxious.
4. Another method is to agitate the problem.
5. I’m aware that my move would agitate you.
6. It was the only view that didn’t agitate her.
7. Webb founded to agitate for reform of the poor laws.

8. You present the problem then agitate it so that they really feel the.
9. From the day she left Italy the thought of it had never ceased to agitate her.
10. What was Lizzie up to? I had the suspicion a message so urgent would agitate my life.
11. I will have you ride him, but we will want to move slowly to not agitate your wound.
12. Well Lemoss it's often those who profoundly agitate their religiousness who eventually get thrown onto the bonfire.
13. I could sense that Derrick was uncomfortable as he only gave Kristen a small peck, which seemed to agitate her even more.
14. God is He who sends the winds, which agitate clouds, which We drive to a dead land, and thereby revive the ground after it had died.
15. With a mother's instinct Mrs Clare had put her finger on the kind of trouble that would cause such a disquiet as seemed to agitate her.
16. As far as he was concerned, the only thing that this operation would succeed in accomplishing would only be to agitate the Nebar Cluster.
17. He was to relentlessly harass and agitate me until, supposedly, I began to see their point of view, and submit myself to their idea of godliness.
18. However, the real indicator of the Indian Musalmans’ backwardness is their collective inability to agitate for the undoing of their economic plight.
19. Though his restlessness and fickleness agitate me to no end yet I feel a strange mixture of sympathy and respect for this prodigal son of our family.
20. But, somehow, a sense of fear and of sadness crept into her mood, and it was humiliating to feel that an absurd tale should disturb her beloved fancies, and should agitate her so deeply.
21. He was opposed to their remaining here longer than necessary, the more especially as they employed themselves in exciting divisions, and fomenting the party feuds which now agitate the country.
22. At the Bastille, long files of curious and formidable people who descended from the Faubourg Saint-Antoine, effected a junction with the procession, and a certain terrible seething began to agitate the throng.
23. As to her own story, this is what she said: Having finished a course of midwifery, she became connected with a group of adherents to the Nardovolstvo, and made up her mind to agitate in the revolutionary movement.
24. But it is an object only to be attained by slow and circumspect progression, and requires, for its consummation, more attention to the affairs which agitate and excite parties in this country than Great Britain has yet bestowed upon it.
25. Like blocks of tin soldiers the army covers the cornfield, moves up the hillside, stops, reels slightly this way and that, and falls flat, save that, through field glasses, it can be seen that one or two pieces still agitate up and down like fragments of broken match-stick.
26. Elinor had heard enough, if not to gratify her vanity, and raise her self-importance, to agitate her nerves and fill her mind;--and she was therefore glad to be spared from the necessity of saying much in reply herself, and from the danger of hearing any thing more from her brother, by the entrance of Mr.
27. As a proof of which, about the commencement of the session, a session convened by proclamation, which was naturally calculated to agitate the public mind, he comes forward with offers of reparation as he calls them, but which in my estimation is no more than a patch, calculated to cover one corner of the wound the nation received, in that wanton and dastardly outrage, the attack on the Chesapeake; but, sir, in his soporifics I trust he will be disappointed.
28. But for one whose privilege it was to agitate that ocean of human waves, how many were received with a look of indifference or a sneer of disdain! At the moment when the hand of the massive time-piece, representing Endymion asleep, pointed to nine on its golden face, and the hammer, the faithful type of mechanical thought, struck nine times, the name of the Count of Monte Cristo resounded in its turn, and as if by an electric shock all the assembly turned towards the door.
29. The matter did not agitate,.
30. When the heart hears sounds that agitate such grieving,.
31. And utterance that does not agitate but is soothing, propitious,.
1. The thunder was agitating her.
2. These questions are agitating Arjun’s mind.
3. The treatment involves agitating her myelin cells.
4. He gyrated his body, agitating water over his feathers.
5. And joyful and agitating thoughts began to occupy his mind.
6. There she met Vronsky, and experienced an agitating joy at those meetings.
7. Hearst's media campaign agitating for war against made it increasingly harder to avoid war.
8. From the habit of fifty years all this had a physically agitating effect on the old general.
9. He can feel them massed out there now, agitating to take New York back to an imaginary 1954.
10. The other two horses started doing the same and it became obvious that something was agitating them.
11. Going back to August 1944, Montgomery had been agitating to launch a major offensive into North Germany.
12. I felt a burning glow mount to my face; for bitter and agitating recollections were awakened by the allusion to marriage.
13. Yet a few people in China Grove were still agitating for the bus service, even with $769,000 homes; their SUV’s and BMW’s.
14. When this hyper-connectivity is stressed, it leads to a loss of resilience and decreases the body's threshold to agitating stimuli.
15. The agitating impression wrought upon his mind by yesterday's news as to her death had left a painful feeling of mental perturbation.
16. Though as regards your father, a few months ago a visit might have meant a great deal, but we’re a bit concerned about agitating him just now.
17. Several minutes later, Charlotte and the kids from the neighborhood approach the pit bull again and start teasing and agitating the pit bull even more.
18. And on the international dance floor America should be neither a shut-in that avoids contact with others, or the reckless showman agitating for attention.
19. To his preoccupied mind all subjects were to be approached gently, and she had never since his illness lost from her consciousness the dread of agitating him.
20. His fiddle-scratching was as pathetic as my piano key-tickling, but agitating in near unison and with the help of strong drink we celebrated many a happy hour.
21. When a comic song began, one man might be seen agitating his arms violently, as if to engage his companions to laugh; after which he turned suddenly towards the stage.
22. Whilst these thoughts were agitating his mind, Dick Wantley suddenly shouted out that he was going to go for the dirty tyke who had offered to work under price last winter.
23. She began to have an agitating certainty that the misfortune was something more than the mere loss of money, being keenly sensitive to the fact that Selina now, just as Mrs.
24. But give me time, give me time! he said with a grim look, evidently not wishing to continue this agitating conversation, and added: I sent for you to keep you with me.
25. Although the Baptist missionaries had attempted to prevent the uprising, the plantation owners blamed them and all missionaries for agitating the slaves and causing the revolt.
26. Norris, much discontented, was obliged to compose herself to work again; and Fanny, walking off in agitating consciousness, found herself, as she anticipated, in another minute alone with Mr.
27. Those dreadful moments he had lived through at the executions had as it were forever washed away from his imagination and memory the agitating thoughts and feelings that had formerly seemed so important.
28. And, moreover, what recollections must have been agitating the souls of those reprobates at the approach of such a solemn day! The common people from their childhood kept the great festival in their memory.
29. The nineteenth century had seen a great stirring among women agitating for the same opportunities that were open to men, and it soon became clear that this movement would grow even stronger in the new century.
30. She was obliged to call herself to think of it, and acknowledge it to be terrible and grievous, or it was escaping her, in the midst of all the agitating pressing joyful cares attending this summons to herself.
31. When Anna Mikhaylovna returned from Count Bezukhov’s the money, all in clean notes, was lying ready under a handkerchief on the countess’ little table, and Anna Mikhaylovna noticed that something was agitating.
32. When Anna Mikháylovna returned from Count Bezúkhov’s the money, all in clean notes, was lying ready under a handkerchief on the countess’ little table, and Anna Mikháylovna noticed that something was agitating her.
33. At all events, however, now, as he sat on his bed with agitating thoughts swarming through his brain, he could not but feel that the fact of her being dead was a consolation, amidst all the painful reflections which the mention of her name had called up.
34. Marx said religion was a hypocritical way of fobbing the poor off with stories of how everything would be alright in heaven: ‘the opium of the people’, he called it, a sort of drug that people took each week to keep them docile and stop them agitating for change.
35. Featherstone's insistent demand that Fred and his mother should not leave him, was a feeble emotion compared with all that was agitating the breasts of the old man's blood-relations, who naturally manifested more their sense of the family tie and were more visibly numerous now that he had become bedridden.
36. At breakfast, as we returned home, we made the acquaintance of the guest, and he immediately proceeded to tell us how he had fought, had been in captivity, had run away from it, and how he had made a patriotic vow, of which he was apparently proud, that he would not stop agitating a war against Germany until the integrity and glory of France should be reëstablished.
37. The morning after his agitating scene with Bulstrode he wrote a brief letter to her, saying that various causes had detained him in the neighborhood longer than he had expected, and asking her permission to call again at Lowick at some hour which she would mention on the earliest possible day, he being anxious to depart, but unwilling to do so until she had granted him an interview.
38. Casaubon it was a new pain, he never having been on a wedding journey before, or found himself in that close union which was more of a subjection than he had been able to imagine, since this charming young bride not only obliged him to much consideration on her behalf (which he had sedulously given), but turned out to be capable of agitating him cruelly just where he most needed soothing.
39. Charlotte and the other kids kept putting their hands and fingers over a fence, teasing and agitating the pit bull, putting their fingers right in front of the pit bull's face, then quickly pulling their fingers back as the pit bull tries to bite at their fingers! They were playing Russian Roulette with their hands and fingers! Diane saw what Charlotte and the other kids were doing from a distance and she flipped.
40. It was long before Fanny could recover from the agitating happiness of such an hour as was formed by the last thirty minutes of expectation, and the first of fruition; it was some time even before her happiness could be said to make her happy, before the disappointment inseparable from the alteration of person had vanished, and she could see in him the same William as before, and talk to him, as her heart had been yearning to do through many a past year.
41. At this period of my life, my heart far oftener swelled with thankfulness than sank with dejection: and yet, reader, to tell you all, in the midst of this calm, this useful existence—after a day passed in honourable exertion amongst my scholars, an evening spent in drawing or reading contentedly alone—I used to rush into strange dreams at night: dreams many-coloured, agitated, full of the ideal, the stirring, the stormy— dreams where, amidst unusual scenes, charged with adventure, with agitating risk and romantic chance, I still again and again met Mr.
42. From the twenty-sixth of August to the second of September, that is from the battle of Borodino to the entry of the French into Moscow, during the whole of that agitating, memorable week, there had been the extraordinary autumn weather that always comes as a surprise, when the sun hangs low and gives more heat than in spring, when everything shines so brightly in the rare clear atmosphere that the eyes smart, when the lungs are strengthened and refreshed by inhaling the aromatic autumn air, when even the nights are warm, and when in those dark warm nights, golden stars startle and delight us continually by falling from the sky.
43. From the twenty-sixth of August to the second of September, that is from the battle of Borodinó to the entry of the French into Moscow, during the whole of that agitating, memorable week, there had been the extraordinary autumn weather that always comes as a surprise, when the sun hangs low and gives more heat than in spring, when everything shines so brightly in the rare clear atmosphere that the eyes smart, when the lungs are strengthened and refreshed by inhaling the aromatic autumn air, when even the nights are warm, and when in those dark warm nights, golden stars startle and delight us continually by falling from the sky.
1. I was nervous and agitated.
2. Now you have them agitated.
3. But I am somewhat agitated.
4. His mind is deeply agitated.
5. Why are you so agitated?
6. He appeared agitated by the.
7. She was now pale and agitated.
8. Anna shook her head, agitated.
9. He was evidently much agitated.
10. Have felt love's agitated kiss.
11. Today he was too much agitated.
12. Nor long his mind was agitated.
13. Am I not evidently agitated?
14. And the heart's agitated dreams.
15. Miss Minchin was quite agitated.
16. Clearly, the cows were agitated.
17. The gunman seemed very agitated.
18. He sank into agitated reflection.
19. Much interested and agitated, Mr.
20. The strings were clearly agitated.
21. He seemed himself to be agitated.
22. Pierre was agitated and undecided.
23. I’ve never seen him so agitated.
24. Stinger was openly agitated with.
25. She was terribly agitated all day.
26. Even Yan seemed a little agitated.
27. This agitated boredom is the TPT.
28. Chris was becoming really agitated.
29. The agitated patient has not only.
30. He had a strange and agitated dream.
31. He was probably agitated over that.
32. He voiced it in an agitated murmur.
33. She seemed agitated about something.
34. Segall went on in an agitated manner.
35. I was extremely agitated and afraid.
36. I could see she was highly agitated.
37. I was agitated, feverish, trembling.
38. The kid was more agitated than usual.
39. I get so agitated with him sometimes.
40. Then we shouldn't look that agitated.
41. The black and red monster was agitated.
42. She grew more agitated and displeased.
43. Agitated and flushed she turned round.
44. Fred shook his head even more agitated.
45. Agitated, she lifted her head to look.
46. Colin Charles was now becoming agitated.
47. I’d rarely seen Bast look so agitated.
48. He was a salvation of my agitated soul.
49. Chris was agitated when he arrived home.
50. What had made her brother so agitated?
51. I remained alone, agitated and confused.
52. Agitated, the beasts growled and roared.
53. Ruth remained seated but looked agitated.
54. The mind mixer grew agitated, and violent.
55. Someone gets agitated, their vibes grow.
56. He wanted to bay in agitated frustration.
57. Dad? Damon said in an agitated voice.
58. I really am quite agitated on the subject.
59. Agitated, Thedes grabbed Darek by the neck.
60. He now appeared more agitated then before.
61. What happened? said an agitated Nick.
62. Just then she seemed a bit agitated as well.
63. He stayed agitated, certainly in the right.
64. Be not agitated, or in distress (troubled).
65. Veronica held the agitated dog by the collar.
66. Ashat was already feeling agitated and tense.
67. Ahmed stared wide-eyed at the agitated woman.
68. Whittaker became agitated at his persistence.
69. Sonya entered the room with an agitated face.
70. What if my mind is too excited and agitated?
71. Laura was becoming agitated by my kissing her.
72. Sónya entered the room with an agitated face.
73. Theramin looked agitated almost unto apoplexy.
74. The what? Chalmers was becoming agitated.
75. Why? Replied the Queen, getting agitated.
76. He knocked at the paneling, his mouth agitated.
77. Or maybe it was just his agitated imagination.
78. Lyra could see that he’d become very agitated.
79. Most of my days were spent in agitated dreaming.
80. Instantly, the men became agitated and animated.
81. At that moment, Joseph, having become agitated.
82. The content of the sack appeared rather agitated.
83. Balder was lying in bed, agitated and scared.
84. She became overly agitated and immediately woke.
85. The more he thought, the more agitated he became.
86. Wallace appeared extremely agitated and stressed.
87. From what others, sir? I am agitated, as you see.
88. She returned to her office, still a bit agitated.
89. What, what? said the general, much agitated.
90. He found his brother agitated, nervously excited.
91. My heart started its agitated palpitations again.
92. My Dad became more agitated, almost crying out.
93. The doctor’s wife came out in an agitated state.
94. Tadeo felt restless, agitated and unable to sleep.
95. I knew she meant extremely agitated or pissed off.
96. Mutt was more agitated and confused than ever now.
97. He became extremely agitated and lost his thread.
98. Do I not appear too agitated? She is mistrustful.
99. She'd had an agitated night herself, and we both.
100. Not laughing at him, surely? He was just agitated.
1. But it is not even this question "What will happen?" that agitates men when they hesitate to fulfill the Master's will.
2. Elizabeth observed my agitation for some time in timid and fearful silence, but there was something in my glance which communicated terror to her, and trembling, she asked, "What is it that agitates you, my dear Victor? What is it you fear?".

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