excited

[ ik-sahy-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF excited

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXCITED

The box was passed from hand to hand, and excited universal admiration.

Milza endeavoured, in her own artless way, to soothe the distress her words had excited.

This so excited the admiration of Speusippus, that a love of philosophy was kindled within him.

It seems impossible now, but I was excited even about the dinner.

They told me to lie quietly in bed this morning, but I'm not tired, not excited.

"It's all right, boys," cried the captain to the excited mob.

An intense feeling of contempt so excited her that she stood up on her feet.

He's a journalist, and a journalist can only work when he's excited.

I said, for his words had excited my interest in a great degree.

Stevie prowled round the table like an excited animal in a cage.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EXCITED

enthused

adjectiveenthusiastic
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