deranging (part of speech: verb)
displacing, cluttering, dislocating, fermenting, disordering, tampering, scattering, capsizing, tumbling, swirling, disorganizing, whipping, tossing, rummaging, mislaying, confounding, rippling, tousling, whisking, blurring, convulsing, misplacing, hashing, ruffling, roiling, jumbling, messing, confusing, muddling, disarranging, deranging, mixing up, scrambling, rumpling, mussing, botching, meddling, roughening, disheveling
inverting (part of speech: verb)
agitating (part of speech: verb)
aggravating (part of speech: verb)
infuriating, bothering, exasperating, exacerbating, badgering, annoying, rankling, grating, pestering, troublesome, nagging, chafing, harrying, inflaming, perturbing, irksome, hassling, harassing, needling, fretting, baiting, troubling, enraging, disturbing, bothersome, discomposing, arousing, bedeviling, peeving, irritating, aggravating, envenoming, teasing, vexing, tormenting, irking, antagonizing
revolting (part of speech: verb)
revolutionary (part of speech: adjective)
- Wilhelm suddenly interrupted his explanation, for Andreas had suddenly started up, upsetting his stool, and exclaimed: " It's coming! - "The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers", Georg Ebers.
- That's what's upsetting us so! - "Gentle Julia", Booth Tarkington.
- When Owen quoted statistics to prove that as far as commerce and the quantity produced of commodities of all kinds was concerned, the last year had been a record one, they became more infuriated than ever, and talked threateningly of what they would like to do to those bloody Socialists who were upsetting everything. - "The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists", Robert Tressell.