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The Brothers Karamazov
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  • "Mitya, I know you will tell the whole truth," said Alyosha in agitation.
  • "I can’t think why you are so agitated," Fyodor Pavlovitch observed sarcastically.
  • The agitation in his heart passed at once.
  • What he had heard threw Alyosha into great agitation.
  • He was fearfully agitated and breathless.
  • The unexpected Karamazov case agitated him profoundly: "It was a case that might well be talked about all over Russia."
  • Sometimes an extraordinary agitation would come over him, and almost always on such occasions he would get up and go away.
  • Mitya was indescribably agitated.
  • Both the Superintendent and Father Paissy did their utmost to calm the general bustle and agitation.
  • It had struck nine o’clock—the hour of rest and repose after a day of such agitation for all.
  • Received With Hisses "Gentlemen," he began, still in the same agitation, "I want to make a full confession: that money was my own."
  • I may add here, for myself personally, that I feel it almost repulsive to recall that event which caused such frivolous agitation and was such a stumbling-block to many, though in reality it was the most natural and trivial matter.
  • Grushenka said all this in one breath in her agitation.
  • He found his brother agitated, nervously excited.
  • When he had finished he was evidently agitated and was breathing hard.
  • It was impossible to tell from her face that she was agitated; but there was a resolute gleam in her dark and gloomy eyes.
  • The two other judges communicated in agitated whispers.
  • Mitya Chapter I. Kuzma Samsonov But Dmitri, to whom Grushenka, flying away to a new life, had left her last greetings, bidding him remember the hour of her love for ever, knew nothing of what had happened to her, and was at that moment in a condition of feverish agitation and activity.
  • "Of course, I ought to have guessed," Ivan said in agitation; "and I did guess there was some mischief brewing on your part . only you are lying, you are lying again," he cried, suddenly recollecting.
  • I’m in a hurry to get back to-day," he said in great agitation.

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  • Our goal is to agitate public unrest, so there will be a cry for change.
  • She gets agitated whenever the topic comes up.

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