agitable

adjective
ag·i·ta·ble | \ˈa-jə-tə-bəl\

Definition of agitable 

: capable of being agitated

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First Known Use of agitable

1548, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for agitable

borrowed from Latin agitābilis “mobile,” from agitāre “to agitate” + -bilis -able

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