excite

All Verb Adjective Noun
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  • Info Excite (stylized as excite) is a collection of web sites and services, launched in December 1995.
  • An excited state is any state with energy greater than the ground state.
  • The idea still excited them and they immediately began to campaign for it.
  • The remaining o was added from the sound people make when they are excited.
  • We are very excited to close the book on this subject once and for all.
  • Also, the formed product would be in a ground state rather than an excited state.
  • I am very excited about this record, for a few different reasons.
  • They were excited to meet people from small towns and see how America really lives.
  • But he could sight nothing at all in that direction to excite any attention. Cited from Star Hunter, by Andre Alice Norton
  • The next morning he arose very excited because he knew this dream had been very important.
  • She tells him to picture himself doing something that excites him, then make his move.
  • She had learned long ago she could never love a man - that only another woman could excite her.
  • The music pure rock, and both she and the band members are very excited with the material.
  • What is there in that poor fellow now to excite our fear? Cited from The Black Bar, by George Manville Fenn
  • During an attack, or when excited, the tail is carried forward on the back.
  • We have no doubt that this book will excite considerable attention in the novel-reading world. Cited from Continental Monthly, Vol IV, Issue VI, December 1863, by Various
  • She's excited about music and about life in general.
  • In several of the books, he seems to be very excited about receiving a promotion.
  • If we worked during the dark we should excite too much curiosity. Cited from The Bastonnais, by John Lesperance
  • But though her face was beautiful, her person was not formed to excite passion.
  • Within its framework, students could learn to become excited about physical activity.
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Meaning of excite

  • verb Arouse or elicit a feeling
  • verb Raise to a higher energy level
    excite the atoms
  • verb Produce a magnetic field in
    excite the neurons