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stir (n):
a rapid active commotion
Related Words: bustleflurryfusshustle
stir (n):
emotional agitation and excitement
stir (n):
a prominent or sensational but short-lived news event
Samples
he made a great splash and then disappeared
Related Word: splash
stir (v):
affect emotionally
Samples
A stirring movie.
I was touched by your kind letter of sympathy
stir (v):
mix or add by stirring
Samples
Stir nuts into the dough
stir (v):
summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic
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raise the specter of unemployment.
he conjured wild birds in the air.
call down the spirits from the mountain

Related Words: conjureevokeinvoke
stir (v):
stir the feelings, emotions, or peace of
Samples
These stories shook the community.
the civil war shook the country

Related Words: excite
stir (v):
move an implement through
Samples
stir the soup.
stir my drink.
stir the soil
stir (v):
move very slightly
Samples
He shifted in his seat
Related Word: shift
stir (v):
to begin moving,
Samples
As the thunder started the sleeping children began to stir
stir (v):
stir feelings in
Samples
stimulate my appetite.
excite the audience.
stir emotions

Related Words: excitestimulate
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