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1A person who causes or is involved with agitation; = "agitator".
2figurative, rare Something that causes agitation; = "agitator". Usually figurative rare.
Relating to, causing, or engaged in agitation. rare.
Mid 17th century (in an earlier sense). From classical Latin agitant-, agitāns, present participle of agitāre agitate.
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