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Sentence count:71+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-08Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: stirirregularretiredirreverentirrelevantstir upirrevocableirrevocablyMeaning: adj. emotionally aroused. 
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1. The helicopter stirred up clouds of dust.
2. The photographs stirred up some painful memories.
3. The wind had stirred up a powdery red dust.
4. His photo stirred up bitter memories.
5. The men are being stirred up by outsiders.
6. The wind stirred up a lot of dust.
7. When Charles got the manager's job, it stirred up a real hornet's nest, because everyone was angry about his fast promotion.
8. His letter to the papers stirred up a real hornet's nest.
9. Going back there stirred up a lot of memories for her.
10. His criticisms of the president stirred up a hornet's nest.
11. The new production targets have stirred up a hornet's nest .
12. Stirred up by this incident, nationalists took to the streets in several parts of Yerevan, setting up road blocks.
13. Hersh's book stirred up a hornet's nest in the media.
14. You have experienced the variety of human motivations stirred up by fundamental change in organizations.
15. He had continually kept the people stirred up over the prospect of reconquest and had demanded loans for that express purpose.
16. But already plans to use the substance have stirred up controversy.
17. Her visit to the Doctor seemed to have stirred up old memories, like sediment at the bottom of a pond.
18. She picked up a brass poker and stirred up the fire which already burnt brightly in the grate.
19. Nevertheless, in many schools enhanced staffing stirred up traditional structures and assumptions to produce a more open and reflective professional climate.
20. When I flared, the rotor wash stirred up the dust and everything vanished.
21. Human and animal, they all stirred up together in some great mental stew.
22. Rumors of their divorce stirred up a frenzy of media attention.
23. His letter to the newspaper about racialism in schools has stirred up a real hornet's nest.
23. try its best to gather and make good sentences.
24. The uptake of some vaccinations fell as the media stirred up fears of possible side effects.
25. His remarks about the lack of good women tennis players stirred up a hornet's nest.
26. One of the interesting things about my reminiscing is that it stirred up memories for a lot of other people, too.
27. When Hercules arrived she met him kindly and told him she would give him the girdle, but Hera stirred up trouble.
28. We are huddled inside, in the kitchen, riding out the storm that Nora has stirred up.
29. Its practitioners have now started to explore the legal hornet's nest likely to be stirred up by in vitro fertilisation.
30. And her hesitation hadn't even been caused by the grim memory his words had stirred up.
More similar words: stirirregularretiredirreverentirrelevantstir upirrevocableirrevocablyirreverencebe tired ofirregardlessirrespective ofmarredscarredpreferredtirewhirrretiresatireentirelyretirementadd upend uphold upirrationalwind uphead upspeed upstand upround up
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