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Definition of Agitatedly

Agitatedly
Agitatedly Ag"i*ta`ted*ly, adv. In an agitated manner.

Meaning of Agitatedly from wikipedia

- in the event of a major disaster? Brendan ****van [North's counsel, agitatedly]: Mr. Chairman? [Senator Daniel] Inouye: I believe that question touches...
- again explained that "Cookies are a sometimes food." Colbert had asked agitatedly why Cookie Monster had "abandoned the pro-cookie agenda" and thus caused...
- ****ual offense. To her amazement, Roberts is later visited by Atkins, who agitatedly warns her not to trust the sweet-natured policeman. Someone is lying about...
- shots into the right side of the car. Neighbours reported seeing him agitatedly moving between the house and the car before he returned indoors and shot...
- goodies to unpack." Ben Beaumont-Thomas of The Guardian said, "His voice, agitatedly squawking and yet dainty as a ballerina, is one of contemporary music's...
- dancing frenziedly outside her house. On his chiding her, Italia tells him agitatedly that she has had their child aborted at a nearby gypsy's, adding bitterly...
- in the event of a major disaster? Brendan ****van [North's counsel, agitatedly]: Mr. Chairman? [Senator Daniel] Inouye: I believe that question touches...
- denounced "the Yugoslav Army and how it was administered." He then "spoke agitatedly about the sufferings of the Red Army and the horrors that it was forced...
- January, zoo keepers noticed that Vilma appeared nervous; she was seen agitatedly scratching at her feedbox, and there was no further sign of her cubs....
- Kessler's “eyes were reddened, his ch****s sunken, and his wisp of beard moved agitatedly.” Other items are described with negative adjectives like “soiled,” “oily...
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