excitable[ ik-sahy-tuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF excitable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXCITABLE
Mrs. Wititterly is of a most excitable nature, Sir Mulberry.
The mob state of mind is lurking still in the excitable American temperament.
But the Sorells, all the same, had some foreign and excitable blood in them.
Why do you bother your excitable, sick heart with that lunatic's prophecies?
The nervous, excitable soprano could not long bide in one place.
When two thirds of the way there an angry, excitable voice stopped them.
She isn't strong and she is excitable, and yet she isn't somehow what is called nervous at all.
Eliza was the most excitable and nervous of the three sisters.
Peter was an excitable German, who had been very good to the boys.
He was of an excitable disposition, and played high as the evening went on.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EXCITABLE
- easily upset
- in bad mood