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ex-agitō āvī, ātus, āre,

freq, to rouse, keep in motion, disquiet, harass, persecute, disturb, torment, vex: istius iniuriis exagitati: ab Suevis exagitati, Cs.: rem p. seditionibus, S.: di exagitent me, Si, etc., H.: quos egestas exagitabat, S.—To rail at, censure, criticise, satirize, rally: hi convicio consulis conrepti exagitabantur, Cs.: cum Demosthenes exagitetur ut putidus: exagitabantur omnes eius fraudes.—To stir up, irritate, rouse, excite, stimulate, incite: senatum criminando plebem, S.: disputationibus exagitatus orator: volgum, S.: maerorem: furores corde, Ct.: vis hominis exagitanda, S.: manes, Pr.

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