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synonyms for hyperactive

  • excitable
  • high-strung
  • hyper
  • overactive
  • overzealous
  • uncontrollable
  • wild
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How to use hyperactive in a sentence

The pass of innovation in the local search space seems way more hyperactive than anywhere else at this point in time.
GOOGLE REMOVES SHORT NAMES FROM BUSINESS PROFILES, ADDS NEW LABEL TO LOCAL LISTINGS AND TESTS NEW LOCAL CARDBARRY SCHWARTZJUNE 4, 2021SEARCH ENGINE LAND
He pressed Zuckerberg repeatedly with yes or no questions on his handling of a proposal to reduce the spread of content by hyperactive users on the far ends of the political spectrum.
BIG TECH CEOS FACE LAWMAKERS IN HOUSE HEARING ON SOCIAL MEDIA’S ROLE IN EXTREMISM, MISINFORMATIONGERRIT DE VYNCK, CAT ZAKRZEWSKI, ELIZABETH DWOSKIN, RACHEL LERMANMARCH 25, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The drug is relatively inexpensive and directly tamps down neutrophil activation, which may in turn reduce the formation of the hyperactive neutrophil traps in the vessels.
SCIENTISTS HAVE UNCOVERED THE LIKELY CAUSE OF A SERIOUS COVID-19 SYMPTOM: BLOOD CLOTTINGALICE PARKNOVEMBER 5, 2020TIME
We must stimulate the apathetic and the sluggish; we must moderate the hyperactive; we must correct paresis, tics, etc.
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In hyperactive children the arms must first be restrained by holding them tight in our hands.
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WORDS RELATED TO HYPERACTIVE

  • aflame
  • agitated
  • animated
  • annoyed
  • aroused
  • awakened
  • beside oneself
  • charged
  • delighted
  • disconcerted
  • disturbed
  • eager
  • enthusiastic
  • feverish
  • fired up
  • frantic
  • high
  • hot
  • hot and bothered
  • hyperactive
  • hysterical
  • in a tizzy
  • inflamed
  • juiced up
  • jumpy
  • keyed up
  • moved
  • nervous
  • on edge
  • on fire
  • overwrought
  • passionate
  • piqued
  • provoked
  • roused
  • ruffled
  • steamed up
  • stimulated
  • stirred
  • thrilled
  • tumultous/tumultuous
  • wild
  • wired
  • worked up
  • zipped up
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