Antonyms for over-excited

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On her over-excited nerves, all sorts of possibilities came crowding.

That sort of thing had sometimes been done in aeroplanes, by over-excited pilots.

Perhaps I was over-excited, or perhaps, as my uncle would have said, I had eaten too much.

The child had been over-excited and over-tired with his long day.

Her knowledge of nursing told her that the child must not be over-excited or wearied.

All the events which had happened had over-excited me and I could not sleep.

But who can control his thoughts when over-excited upon any one theme?

“She has been over-exerted, over-excited,” said Miss Trevisa.

This time he burst into unrestrained sobs, he was both so tired and so over-excited.

You are over-excited and will be really ill, so I can allow you to talk no more.