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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of stir.
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- adj. emotionally aroused
- adj. being excited or provoked to the expression of an emotion
- adj. set into a usually circular motion in order to mix or blend
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Francis has again stirred the correct concepts of lent and penance as seen in the errors of Liberalism.
Then things remain stirred up and no election is ever had.
A cheetah on a chain stirred in its sleep; far away in the desert, jackals cried.
The name stirred up stereotypical images of a tiny, frail, old bespeckled lady with a hair net, large coat and umbrella used as a walking cane.
The word stirred in him like a living thing - writhing, growing, dissolving the memories of the dream and the calm that followed it.
A name stirred shadows of memory behind the dead eyes.
In me also, when I was your age, the name stirred my blood and haunted my imagination.
The name stirred him and moved him; dim voices whispered in his ears about it, but he couldn't quite catch what they said.
No train stirred except to carry soldiers, and the civilians who had not bribed and jammed their way into a cranny of the thronged carriages leaving the first night could only creep back through the hot streets to their hotel and wait.
The trouble is bein 'stirred up by a lot of psalm singing abolitionists and an old lunatic named Brown.