Part of speech:
To say hesitantly or timidly
A disease of cattle and sheep caused by a poisonous, oily alcohol contained in certain plants, as white snakeroot, and characterized by muscular tremors and a stumbling gait: communicated to humans as milk sickness
A tool that accomplishes hair waving.
The condition of being flustered
Rapid fluctuation in the pitch of a sound reproduction resulting from variations in the speed of the recording or reproducing equipment.
Variation in a designated orbit, as of a planet, that results from the influence of one or more external bodies. Gravitational attraction between planets can cause perturbations and cause a planet to deviate from its expected orbit. Perturbations in Neptune's orbit led to the discovery of the object—Pluto—that was causing the perturbation. Perturbations in the orbits of stars have led to the discovery of planetary systems outside of our Solar system.
Noisy commotion, as of a crowd; uproar
A condition of indigestion:
(Informal) A condition of anxious or heated discomposure; agitation:
A dish, esp. a mixture of meat and vegetables, cooked by stewing
(Intransitive) To hesitate; to hold back; to delay.
To move from side to side as a result of uneven rotation
A cloud of smoke or dust that chokes or smothers.
The definition of a fuss is a lot of activity or focus on something.
A projecting or hanging piece usually attached to something on one side and often intended to protect or cover:
The definition of agitation refers to the process of moving something forcefully or violently.
Panic is sudden overpowering fear, often affecting large numbers of people all at once.
The act of shaking something.
An attack of shivering. Used with the.
Tranquility or serenity:
To settle conclusively all contention or uncertainty about:
A low, bubbling sound
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