In Steve, she plays Mary Magdalene Horowitz, an excitable loser who spends her days confiding in her only friend—a pet hamster.
Comfortable, warm and with hot tea being served, the night had the excitable air of a party.
excitable Republicans are already talking up Brown as a viable vice-presidential candidate down the line.
I'm excitable—but sometimes politics is about emotion as well as reason.
It has a host of excitable talking heads and pretty pictures.
Of an excitable nature, she burst into tears, and the barmaid ran in.
She noticed how sensitive and excitable Estelle was growing.
Sebastian had always been of an excitable and impulsive temperament; a liquid temperament.
This is often accompanied by excitable passions; but not uniformly, not of necessity.
The people are healthy, very emotional, easily moved to laughter or tears, imaginative and excitable.
excitable ex·cit·a·ble (ĭk-sī'tə-bəl)
Capable of reacting to a stimulus. Used of a tissue, cell, or cell membrane.
Capable of emotional arousal.