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Alternative clues for the word excited
- All agog
- Very enthusiastic, eager
- Very active Conservative splitting left
- Aroused, enthused
- Charlie left outside in a tizzy
- Enthusiastic: sent message expressing first time touring Channel Islands
- No longer referred to as enthusiastic
- Formerly referred to as agitated
- Left nets caught up
- Left accepts Conservative is up
- Having snorted Charlie, went out fired up
- Thrilled; agitated
- Worked up
- All atwitter
- Het up
Word definitions for excited in dictionaries
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
adjective COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES be excited/thrilled/delighted etc at the prospect (of sth) ▪ I was excited at the prospect of going to Washington. COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS ■ ADVERB more ▪ He was not particularly frightened himself, more excited...
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Excite \Ex*cite"\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Excited ; p. pr. & vb. n. exciting .] [L. excitare; ex out + citare to move rapidly, to rouse: cf. OF. esciter, exciter, F. exciter. See Cite .] To call to activity in any way; to rouse to feeling; to kindle to passionate...
Word definitions in Wiktionary
1 Having great enthusiasm. 2 (context physics English) Being in a state of higher energy. 3 Having an erection; erect. 4 sexually aroused. v (past participle of excite English)
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1650s, "magnetically or electrically stimulated;" modern sense of "agitated" attested 1855; past participle adjective from excite . Related: Excitedly .
Word definitions in WordNet
adj. in an aroused state [ant: unexcited ] of persons; excessively affected by emotion; "he would become emotional over nothing at all"; "she was worked up about all the noise" [syn: aroused , emotional , worked up ] marked by uncontrolled excitement or...
Word definitions in Wikipedia
" Excited " is the third single from Australian indie rock band Little Birdy 's debut album, BigBigLove , released on 18 April 2005. It was produced by Paul McKercher ( You Am I , Eskimo Joe , Augie March ) at Big Jesus Burger Studios, and mixed at Studios...
Usage examples of excited.
I cannot refrain from alluding, and which excited deep interest at the time.
Owen speaks of a woman who was greatly excited ten months previously by a prurient curiosity to see what appearance the genitals of her brother presented after he had submitted to amputation of the penis on account of carcinoma.
I went straight to the stable yard, but the hounds were all right, although, of course, very restless and excited because they could smell the aniseed, too, so then I thought I had better check on Sekhmet.
The time of Choosing, when the boys of the town and keep were taken into apprenticeship, was close, and Pug became excited as he said, This Midsummers Day I hope to take the Dukes service under Swordmaster Fannon.
But the excited Carolinians would not wait, because they feared that the arrival of reinforcements might balk them of their easy prey.
Then she moved gracefully away, leaving me staring at the banyan tree but seeing nothing but the ayah coming to the house, taking over the care of Louise, growing to love the child, being excited at the prospect of another child, and in due course giving the same devotion to Alan.
CHAPTER LXVII Public feeling in Marlshire was much excited about the Caresfoot tragedy, and, when it became known that Lady Bellamy had attempted to commit suicide, the excitement was trebled.
Robin, uncomfortable but immensely curious and excited, sat on the edge of the settle and chattered, while Beryl, well behind their silent hostess, made mysterious signs with fingers and lips and eyes.
Yet what she excited seemed still stronger: the fair stranger besought her friendship as a solace to her existence, and hung upon her as upon a treasure long lost, and dearly recovered.
The satisfaction which Constantius had received from this journey excited him to the generous emulation of bestowing on the Romans some memorial of his own gratitude and munificence.
The Bridgers of Bottommost were so excited at the thought of finding the old stair, however, that they had worked most of the night while the expedition slept to build a temporary footbridge across the root wall.
If the tentacles of a young, yet fully matured leaf, that has never been excited or become inflected, be examined, the cells forming the pedicels are seen to be filled with homogeneous, purple fluid.
The Greek word, which was chosen to express this mysterious resemblance, bears so close an affinity to the orthodox symbol, that the profane of every age have derided the furious contests which the difference of a single diphthong excited between the Homoousians and the Homoiousians.
The first excited inter locutions over, and an invitation to remain and eat supper having been refused by the two men, Freule de Wolff turned to Loveday.
And the violent and resentful feeling excited by his unfairness, dishonesty and malignity in defending the Bible, led me probably to be less concerned for its claims than I otherwise should have been.