One who agitates, especially one who engages in political agitation.(noun)
An apparatus that shakes or stirs, as in a washing machine.(noun)
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Use "agitator" in a sentence
"Funny how CNN gives the percentage on good news but on the bad you the 56% who think this community agitator is doing a poor job on economy, you dont mention it."
"A Chicago Ward healer/racial street agitator is not fit for President, and especially not a MARXIST like NObama."
""They say I'm a short-term agitator, but the most money I've made are those investments that I held six, seven, eight years," said Mr. Icahn, citing various energy, railcar and casino investments."