Part of speech:
The definition of alarm is to warn of danger or to make someone afraid or distressed.
(Intransitive) To do something which is of negligible inconvenience.
To burst is defined as to break apart suddenly and with force.
To hurry busily or with much fuss and bother
(--- Archaic) To cause to feel embarrassment.
To fluster is defined as to make someone become agitated, nervous or confused.
To urge onward; to hasten
To affect or be affected with panic.
To go with light running steps; scamper.
To fall or come as a shower
To gush forth suddenly in a jet.
To blow strongly for a brief period.
To incite or provoke
Whirl is defined as to spin, rotate or move quickly in a circular motion.
To cover or surround with something coiled about.
A quiet state or condition; calmness, stillness, inactivity, freedom from noise, etc.
Lack of agitation or excitement; tranquillity; serenity
To soothe in distress or sorrow; ease the misery or grief of; bring consolation or hope to
A bathtub or pool having jets of warm water that can be directed toward a body part as for therapeutic purposes.
The definition of agitate is to move something around in a forceful or violent movement.
To put into a state of disorder.
To draw (the mind, attention, etc.) away in another direction; divert
To disturb is defined as to interfere with something or bother someone.
To disturb or confuse; make uneasy or anxious:
(Intransitive) To play, perform, or enjoy rock music, especially with a lot of skill or energy.
To beat a ruffle on (a drum).
(Intransitive, usually as "shake on") To shake hands.
To move or go impatiently, angrily, or disdainfully, as with a toss of the head
To cause (the stomach) to feel ill.
To drive or ride briskly, so as to make a clattering.
(Informal) Energetic action or effort; drive
a light brief snowfall and gust of wind (or something resembling that)
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