excitement[ ik-sahyt-muhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF excitement
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXCITEMENT
The fun and the excitement of the game are more than the game.
He was calm of face, but she guessed an excitement beneath the surface.
For the remainder of that day, poor George was in a regular whirl of excitement.
Mr. Brunton, with eyes flashing with excitement, turned to the medical man.
She untied the bit of calico string with fingers that shook from excitement.
Excitement had dyed Sidney's cheeks with color and made her eyes luminous.
The Christmas excitement had not died out in the ward when Carlotta went back to it.
Or you were coming to the wards, and everything was excitement, getting ready for you.
She sprang up to take my hand, her eyes shining with excitement.
Otto and Pussy had taken their seats, full of excitement and expectancy.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EXCITEMENT
- blow a fuse
- blow one's cork
- blow one's stack
- blow one's top
- flip one's lid
- hell broke loose