Examples from the Web for excitable
“The Bulgarian Brute,” the excitable announcers called Rusev.Putin Vs. Obama—In Spandex: Wrestling’s New Cold War|Tim Teeman|May 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It has a host of excitable talking heads and pretty pictures.
In Steve, she plays Mary Magdalene Horowitz, an excitable loser who spends her days confiding in her only friend—a pet hamster.Oscar Nominees’ Most Embarrassing Roles: Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, and More|Marlow Stern|February 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Comfortable, warm and with hot tea being served, the night had the excitable air of a party.Typhoon Haiyan: The Philippine Village that Lost Its Men|The Telegraph|November 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Excitable CEO Steve Ballmer issued a new memo outlining how the company is preparing (yet again) for the new age of technology.Microsoft Memo Seeks to Reboot and Rebrand Company|William O’Connor|July 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
A young man then, I was; quite different, from the man I am now—impulsive, excitable.Trelawny of The "Wells"|Arthur W. Pinero
From birth he was of a slight and excitable nature and suffered keenly from chronic and frequent illness.Stevensoniana|Various
Wrens are lively little birds, excitable and afraid of nothing.The Children's Book of Birds|Olive Thorne Miller
A short, wiry little man with a sharp nose and a general resemblance, both in manner and appearance, to an excitable bullfinch.Mike|P. G. Wodehouse
It might be supposed that the brain during sleep is not excitable through the sense of sight.Sleep and Its Derangements|William A. Hammond
British Dictionary definitions for excitable
Word Origin and History for excitable
c.1600, from Late Latin excitabilis "inciting, animating," from excitare (see excite). Related: Excitability.