Other effects: agitation, suicidal thoughts, chest pains, high blood pressure, and rapid heartbeat.
Instead of the agitation I had feared, I found myself able to paint there tranquilly.
Hunter Thompson knew the pleasure of agitation required freedom from political fear.
Some patients came in with racing heart rates and agitation, others with low blood pressure and the inability to stay awake.
Pal organized an agitation in front of the police station, and later in front of Dwivedi's house.
Sir, are you satisfied with these consequences of the agitation you have gotten up?
"Yes," she said, suppressing her agitation with a powerful effort.
We went forward, and found him in some agitation, real or counterfeit.
Harry tried to calm his agitation, but it was no easy matter to do so.
Its object was to excite and keep alive an agitation for the removal of the inequalities of the representation.
1560s, "mental tossing to and fro," from French agitation, from Latin agitationem (nominative agitatio) "motion, agitation," noun of action from past participle stem of agitare "move to and fro," frequentative of agere in its sense of "to drive" (see act (n.)).