agitative


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(30) But, as a statement clearly directed at literate diviners, it is also agitative in nature.
Appropriating such elements of preexisting, politically suspect discourse into the community mythos may be something of a regressive move, when a more progressive -- perhaps less agitative one -- may be called for.
Their new owners appear not to wish to retain the services of existing employees as they consider them non productive, lethargic, malingerers, quarrelsome, agitative and worse.
Crimea (as well as agitative forces from Moscow, particularly regarding
Their position was explicitly agitative in relation to the neo-traditionalism of the Petainist camp and to the fascism of the French ultra-right or of the Nazis.