agitated


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It would disturb him wretchedly to see me so agitated as I am.
The abbot and the monks crossed themselves nimbly and their lips fluttered with agitated prayers.
Now came the mate, hurrying aft, and said, close to the captain's ear, in a low, agitated voice:
We went, as usual, to our several fields of labor, but with bosoms highly agitated with thoughts of our truly hazardous undertaking.
Harriet had been at Hartfield, as usual, soon after breakfast; and, after a time, had gone home to return again to dinner: she returned, and sooner than had been talked of, and with an agitated, hurried look, announcing something extraordinary to have happened which she was longing to tell.
No," answered Elinor, with a smile, which concealed very agitated feelings, "on such a subject I certainly will not.
I feared to return to the nursery, and feared to go forward to the parlour; ten minutes I stood in agitated hesitation; the vehement ringing of the breakfast-room bell decided me; I MUST enter.
The nearer I got to the house the more agitated I grew; and on catching sight of it I trembled in every limb.
She was so painfully agitated that I could not venture to plead my own cause as I might otherwise have pleaded it.
As a weak government, when not at war, is ever agitated by internal dissentions, so these never fail to bring on fresh calamities from abroad.
Not to mention rumours which agitated the maritime population and excited the public mind, even in the interior of continents, seafaring men were particularly excited.
The papers and clubs were full of the affair, and everywhere people were discussing the probabilities of a successful pursuit; and the Reform Club was especially agitated, several of its members being Bank officials.