- ex·cit·ed·ly, adverb
- ex·cit·ed·ness, noun
- hy·per·ex·cit·ed, adjective
- su·per·ex·cit·ed, adjective
- un·ex·cit·ed, adjective
- excited , exited
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How to use excited in a sentence
Finding pleasure in eating — wherever and whenever we could — took on a whole new urgency, and through it all, Eater at Home has brought that spirit, whether exasperated or excited or experimental, front and center.
Part of what really got me excited about McCarthyFinch was the very first conversation I had with their CEO, Nick Whitehouse.Onit acquires legal startup McCarthyFinch to inject AI into legal workflows | Ron Miller | November 20, 2020 | TechCrunch
Right now, iOS apps on the Mac are kind of a mess, so don’t get too excited about it just yet.Apple’s M1 chip makes the new MacBook Air shockingly good | Stan Horaczek | November 18, 2020 | Popular-Science
Yes, voters are excited about creating a diverse government but they’re also ultimately looking at candidates based on their ideas and their experiences.Trans, non-binary candidates make history in state legislative races | Parker Purifoy | November 18, 2020 | Washington Blade
Indeed, some publishers are excited about the opportunity to bring new ideas to life of what events programming can be.Deep Dive: How the future of publishing is taking shape in the ongoing coronavirus crisis era | Pierre Bienaimé | November 17, 2020 | Digiday
Like a Jack in the Box just sprung from coiled captivity, he begins rambling excitedly.
Presumably there will be a great deal of jumping up and down excitedly and shrieking delightedly.
Excitedly, this campaign worker told me that marriages were already occurring, as we spoke.
Hey, brother,” Red Dog asks Willie excitedly, “is that snow down there on them hills?Stacks: Hitting the Note with the Allman Brothers Band | Grover Lewis | March 15, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Watch the press roll over and carry on excitedly about how this is a new GOP.
"The other one's making a getaway, Mr. McKibben," sang out Chub excitedly.
"Here are our canteens," he went on excitedly, picking both of the gasoline-cans out of the rumble.
The sheriff read the message through, then slapped the letter excitedly with the back of his hand.
When Sir Lucien reappeared she ran to him excitedly, her charming face flushed and her eyes sparkling.Dope | Sax Rohmer
"Someone must have made a false charge against him," cried the general excitedly.The Doctor of Pimlico | William Le Queux
British Dictionary definitions for excited
emotionally aroused, esp to pleasure or agitation
characterized by excitement: an excited dance
(of an atom, molecule, etc) occupying an energy level above the ground state
- excitedly, adverb
- excitedness, noun
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