Basic Guidelines For English Spellings
1Intended to arouse or provoke a strong public response to an issue in the hope of prompting political action.‘even in these days of mass communication, theater retains its agitational power’
inflammatory, rabble-rousing, provocative, agitational, seditious, subversive, revolutionary, insurrectionary, insurrectionist
- ‘party stalwarts made agitational speeches’
- 1.1Indian Relating to or involving public demonstrations.
- ‘TDP plans agitational programmes across the State on Monday’
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