Synonyms and related words:
Bebung, addle, addle the wits, ado, agiotage, agitate, agitation, arbitrage, arrhythmia, asking price, ball up, barrage, bearish prices, beat, beat a ruffle, beat a tattoo, beating, becloud, bedazzle, befuddle, befuddlement, bewilder, bewilderment, bicker, bid price, birdies, blooping, blurping, bob, bobble, book value, bother, botheration, brandish, bug, bullish prices, burst, bustle, buying in, buzz about, call price, careen, chaos, closing price, cloud, coggle, commotion, confuse, confusion, dance, dancing, dangle, dash, daze, dazzle, decline, didder, discombobulate, discombobulation, discomfit, discomfiture, discompose, discomposure, disconcert, disconcertion, disorder, disorganization, disorganize, disorient, disorientation, disquiet, disquietude, distortion, disturb, disturbance, dither, dithers, drive, drum, drum music, drumbeat, drumfire, drumming, electrify, embarrass, embarrassment, entangle, equity capital, face value, falter, feedback, feery-fary, ferment, fidget, fidgetiness, fidgets, fit, fixed price, flap, flapping, flash price, flaunt, flick, flicker, flickering, flickering light, flier, flip, flip out, flit, flitter, float, flop, flourish, fluctuate, fluctuating, fluctuation, flummox, flurry, fluster, flusteration, flustration, flutteriness, fluttering, fly, fog, foofaraw, freak out on, frenzy, fret, fuddle, fuddlement, fuss, fussiness, get high on, glancing light, glow, go pitapat, gutter, haste, have the fidgets, have the shakes, haze, heartbeat, heartthrob, heave, heaving, helter-skelter, high, hissing, hover, howling, hubbub, hullabaloo, hum, hurry, hurry about, hurry-scurry, hustle, inquietude, issue par, issue price, jar, jerk, jolt, jumble, jump, lambency, lather, librate, light show, liquidation, low, lurch, maelstrom, make a fuss, market price, market value, maze, mess, mist, mix up, moider, motorboating, muddle, muddlement, nominal value, nutate, offering price, opening price, oscillate, oscillating, oscillation, palpitate, palpitation, pant, panting, par, par value, paradiddle, parity, patter, pendulate, perplexity, perturb, perturbation, pitapat, pitch, pitter-patter, play, play of light, plunge, pother, pound, pounding, price, profit taking, pucker, pulsate, pulsation, pulse, put out, put price, quake, quaking, quaver, quavering, quiver, quivering, quotation, quoted price, race, raise hell, rally, rat-a-tat, rat-tat, rat-tat-tat, rataplan, rattattoo, rattle, reel, resonate, restlessness, rhythm, rock, roll, round trade, rub-a-dub, ruff, ruffle, rumble, rush, rush about, rush around, scalping, scamper, scramble, scratching, scurry, scuttle, settling price, shake, shake up, shakes, shaking, shiver, shivers, shock, shredding, shudder, shuffle, slat, sound a tattoo, spasm, spatter, speculation, splatter, splutter, spot sale, spurt, sputter, squeals, squirm, staccato, stagger, stated value, static, stew, stir, stockjobbery, stockjobbing, swag, sway, sweat, swell, swell with emotion, swing, swings, swirl, swivet, tat-tat, tattoo, tear around, tempo, thrill, thrill to, throb, throbbing, throw into confusion, thrum, thump, thumping, tingle, tingle with excitement, tizzy, to-do, tom-tom, toss, toss and turn, tremble, trembling, tremolando, tremolant, tremolo, tremor, trepidation, trepidity, trill, trillet, trilleto, trillo, trouble, tumble, tumult, turn, turn on to, twist and turn, twitch, twitter, twitteration, undulate, unquiet, unrest, unsettle, unsettlement, upset, vacillate, vacillating, vacillation, venture, venture capital, vibrate, vibrato, vortex, wag, waggle, wave, waver, waving, whirl, whistles, whiz about, wield, wiggle, wigwag, wobble, woomping, wow, wowwows, wriggle, writhe

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