Definition of agitable in US English:

agitable

adjective

  • 1Capable of being set in motion; easily moved, stirred, or shaken.

  • 2Capable of being mentally or emotionally disturbed; easily excited or made anxious. Now somewhat rare.

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in Hall's Vnion: Edward IV. From classical Latin agitābilis mobile, easily moved from agitāre + -bilis.

Pronunciation

agitable

/ˈadʒɪtəbl/