Etymology
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perturbate (adj.)

late 15c., "confused, unclear;" 1560s, "disturbed, put out of order," from Latin perturbatus "troubled, disturbed, agitated," past participle of perturbare (see perturb). Now rare or obsolete.

perturbate (v.)

"to disturb greatly," 1540s,  from Latin perturbatus "troubled, disturbed, agitated," past participle of perturbare (see perturb).  Related: Perturbated; perturbating. Now rare or obsolete.

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