View definitions for excite
verb as in inspire; upset
Selin is at first excited by math when she has the idea that it’s a language of pure signs, where there is no space at all between signifier and signified because they’re the same thing.
Parents want their children to be excited and inspired, not bullied or devalued.
There’s always a chance developers have a bias towards a technology that they’re comfortable with, or excited to be using.
For my own work, I’m excited at the prospect of concentrating more on the artistic vision and execution and less on triangle counts.
The green stripes are caused when a downpour of electrons excites oxygen atoms.
They excite people, and primaries tend to be dominated by voters who are the most excited.
Sticks and stones may break my bones / but chains and whips excite me.
Condon is proud to be different, to work on the projects that excite him.
“Contact tracing” sounds like something that would excite only the grimmest of health-care operations implementation scientists.
Aurora Snow canvassed the adult industry to see which television shows excite its XXX talent.
When he came out on the stage the applause was tremendous, and enough in itself to excite and electrify one.
But the observation he thoughtlessly uttered in French seemed to excite the peasant's attention.
If a merry dance is produced by the agile bow, its sympathetic tones at once excite a corresponding feeling.
We don't even have real big prizes—just a dinky little spoon sitting up on the mantel-piece to excite us as if it was a tiara.
The man called Shiv was driving Delancy's get-away car at a conservative pace so as not to excite suspicion.
On this page you'll find 190 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to excite, such as: agitate, amaze, anger, animate, annoy, and astound.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.