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instigate, shove, hurl, bump, force, launch, sling, heave, jog, jostle, inspire, entice, induce, fling, jolt, provoke, prod, move, stimulate, hurtle, motivate, energize, fire, foment, magnetize, thrust, prompt, nudge, punch, impel, jerk, poke, encourage, push, drive, lob, catapult, shoot, knock, urge, trigger, ram, hasten, pitch, throw, goad, propel, strike.
disturb, hash, tousle, trouble, dislocate, confuse, whip, blur, convulse, ruffle, perturb, whisk, misplace, meddle, roil, rummage, capsize, jumble, roughen, botch, discompose, tamper, displace, mix-up, mislay, swirl, churn, disorganize, scramble, toss, dishevel, rumple, muddle, mess, derange, clutter, confound, ripple, tumble, muss, disorder, upset, disarrange, scatter, agitate.
exercise, tempestuousness, call on, knead, exploit, rick, bond, wrench, excitement, become, wrick, solve, commotion, plow, lick, make for, the carbon cycle, sprain, work, acetify, uproar, turn over, work on, run, figure out, aerate, yeast, process, action, zymosis, release, turmoil, behave, function, forge, act, play, go, influence, acidulate, assay, restlessness, fermenting, tumult, balanced equation, hullabaloo, behavior, make, burn, mold, work out, acidify, plough, cultivate, unquietness, smolder, the, form, crop, turn, calm, operate, leavening, uneasiness, catalyst, leaven, flex, peace, restiveness, bring, unrest, hubbub, act upon, deform, bedlam, Sturm und Drang, reverse, put to work, puzzle out, adsorb, move around, simmer, calcify, pandemonium, twist, boil, agitation, disturbance, fermentation, change, mould, sour, do work, change by reversal, grow, shape, change state, bubble, disquiet, zymolysis, wreak, bend, upheaval, turbulence.
There are peats which will ferment of themselves in warm moist weather- even in the bog, giving off ammonia in perceptible though small amount. - "Peat and its Uses as Fertilizer and Fuel", Samuel William Johnson.
fervent, fermented, fermat, ferret, Ferenc Molnar, ferret out, black-footed ferret, fervently, fervency.