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- adjective Not
agitated(physically or emotionally)
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- adjective not agitated; without losing self-possession
- adjective not physically disturbed or set in motion
- adjective not agitated or disturbed emotionally
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Or they can bring the hammer down: Recently, when Cooke determined a suspect was unarmed and unagitated, he choreographed the bust to go down at a McDonald's drive-through.
Things look differently through an unagitated eye.
Although the subject affected the speaker so vitally, he was so calmly, confidently sure of the reply that his tone was quiet and unagitated.
The movements are as simple and unagitated as one could imagine, and not one word is spoken, yet could you conceive of anything more dramatic?
He who exulteth not at honours, and grieveth not at slights, and remaineth cool and unagitated like a lake in the course of Ganga, is reckoned as wise.
No bird chirped; no breath of wind sighed in the tree-tops; even the aspens remained unagitated.
The level, unagitated voice irritated her; she resented it.
The young girl's tone was quite unagitated; but two pink spots on her usually colorless cheeks betrayed her emotion.
The teams did not hasten, did not abate their speed, but moved in an unagitated advance that gave the massed column something irresistibly epochal in look.
"Sir," said Miss Lady, "you yourself may go now, if you please;" and she stood so unagitated, so composed and certain of herself, certain as well of his obedience, that Decherd knew here was a woman different from any with whom he had hitherto had to do.