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agitation the act or process of stirring up something, forcing it to move around or back and forth. [1/2 definitions]
alternate to move back and forth between two or more places, actions, or conditions (usually followed by "between"). [1/7 definitions]
badminton a sport in which players use rackets to hit a small rubber object back and forth across a high net.
cable car an enclosed vehicle either on rails or hanging from a cable that is pulled back and forth by a moving cable. A cable car carries people up and down a steep slope or across a chasm.
cast to give forth; direct or project. [1/12 definitions]
crisscross to move back and forth over. [1/4 definitions]
display anything displayed or brought forth to be seen. [1/5 definitions]
et cetera and others of the same kind; and the like; and so forth. "Et cetera" is Latin for "and others." (abbreviated: etc.)
fan1 a device that is waved back and forth with the hand to cool the face or body. [1/3 definitions]
ferry a boat or ship that carries people or freight back and forth across a river or other body of water. [1/2 definitions]
flap to swing or wave back and forth with a slapping sound. [1/5 definitions]
flicker1 to move quickly back and forth; flutter. [1/4 definitions]
flower a plant that puts forth blossoms and that is grown for its beauty. [1/3 definitions]
flutter to wave rapidly back and forth or up and down. [1/5 definitions]
hatch1 to cause (a baby bird, fish, or other animal) to come forth from an egg. [1/4 definitions]
jet1 to shoot forth; spurt in a stream. [1/3 definitions]
launch1 to start forth. [1/5 definitions]
meander to wind back and forth. [1/2 definitions]
muster to gather up or call forth from within oneself (often followed by "up"). [1/4 definitions]
outburst a sudden coming forth of strong feeling.
pendulum a weight hung on a long cord, wire, or lever so that it swings back and forth. Pendulums are used to control the movements of some clocks.