Part of speech:
To swing or move regularly back and forth
To move in or as in waves; move sinuously
To shake involuntarily, as from excitement or anger; quake.
To shake or disturb violently; agitate
To shake or tremble, as from instability or shock.
To move along in a bumpy, jerky manner
To push roughly or hastily
(Football) To move laterally
To move violently
To stir the emotions:
To rock or shake as if about to fall; be unsteady
To move with small movements rapidly to and fro.
To break up the quiet or serenity of; agitate (what is quiet or still)
To get rid of; throw away; discard
To disturb, irritate, or annoy
To confuse; agitate
To distract is defined as to draw someone's attention away from something and on to something else.
The definition of disquiet is to make nervous or anxious.
To disturb the calm or poise of; fluster; disconcert
To worry or trouble, esp. with petty annoyances; harass, pester, etc.
To stir, beat, or shake (milk or cream) in a churn
To throw or toss:
A tilt hammer.
(--- Geol.) A single layer of sedimentary rock
(Geology) A narrow bed of rock.
A kind of dance music popular especially in the 1970s, having elements of soul music and a strong Latin American beat
(Uncountable) Music that combines traditional forms of black music (as blues, gospel, or soul) and is characterized by a strong backbeat.
The state of being supported:
Justification or support by speech or writing; vindication
A flat thin piece or layer; a chip.
(Sports) A chip shot.
A high ridge of land or a rock cliff jutting out into a body of water.
(Scot.) A low dividing wall of earth or stone
(Mineralogy) A small rounded lump of a mineral or mixture of minerals, usually harder than the surrounding rock or sediment.
Any flat deposit of valuable ore separated from the adjoining rock by definite boundaries
Ground formed into a steep slope on the exterior of a fortification
The definition of a cliff is a high steep or overhanging face of rock.
The definition of a boulder is a large, smooth rock.
To stop the movement or progress of:
To move or swing (something) as a signal; motion with (the hand, arms, etc.)
To calm means to soothe and pacify someone to make him free of stress, or to become free of stress yourself.
A piece of music for dancing
Funds for the perpetual support of an institution; an endowment.
To move in a succession of quick, slight jerks; rock lightly
To shake or tremble
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