Her smile was for the latter, and to any one not overexcited by her story that smile would have told volumes.
He was overexcited; his nerves were raw—that, perhaps, was the solution.
Doctor Powers told me he must not be overexcited or—or dreadful things might happen.
Thus we see in the man who has been overexcited by these stimulants, a trembling hand, an infirm step, and impaired mental vigor.
I always suspect 'that the marvellous vigor' of old age gets its prime stimulus from an overexcited brain.
He had nearly drowned the children and overexcited himself, in spite of his promise to the doctor!
Shirley, overexcited as she still was, felt the sobs returning.
And Gyp played, whether from overexcited nerves or from not having had any lunch, better than she had ever played.
Her overexcited mind, her impaired health, were readily receptive of such poison as distilled from the lips of Mrs. Strangeways.
Barbara was suffering from more than overexcited nerves, but he could not yet diagnose her complaint.