She believed that details could excitingly be altered, but that things-in-general were comely and kind and immutable.
That night was for me the most excitingly anxious one in my life.
Maggie pricked up her ears; the talk was now excitingly important.
Still the situation was excitingly dramatic, and we were all actors.
She was excitingly plump, round and a little jiggly, the kind of woman Alan had always gone for.
The boat at first ran along gently, the little waves lapping along the sides smartly, but not excitingly.
On the curb, before the car that vibrated so excitingly he had a happy thought.
The first day, especially, was excitingly crowded with new sights and sounds and fancies.
To Leighton that sunlit present became vividly, excitingly alive.
late 14c. (n.), "action of urging, prompting, inciting," noun of action from excite (v.). As a present participle adjective, from 1811 in sense "causing disease." Sense of "causing excitement" is from 1826.