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I came away from the end of The Hobbit more excited about making movies than I ever had.

In many ways, it was difficult to determine who was more excited, Brooks or his audience.

And 13 seasons in, if you're still watching, you actually may be more excited than ever to embark on it.

Americans get way more excited about being rebels without a cause than revolutionaries with the best of causes.

Cash recalled Phillips being more excited about “I Walk the Line” than any other song he had brought him.

The last words seemed to stick in his mind, for presently he began to grow more excited.

All at once her hands began to clutch nervously in the air, and she cried in more excited voice: Whats this?

The boys became more and more excited, the roar of the old dam grew nearer and nearer.

He could do nothing else, and growing momentarily more excited, he tried to force himself to act and think.

Up the river they went, getting more and more excited with each step.


On this page you'll find 130 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to excited, such as: agitated, annoyed, delighted, disturbed, eager, and enthusiastic.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.