- excitatory postsynaptic potential,
- excited state,
- exciter lamp,
- exciting eye,
Origin of exciter
Examples from the Web for exciter
This is usually obtained from a small auxiliary continuous-current dynamo, called an exciter, which may Excitation.
However, as far as the Christmas tree was concerned she was innocent of using him even as an exciter.Sube Cane|Edward Bellamy Partridge
But Apollo, exciter of troops, immediately aroused neas against the son of Peleus, and infused into him strong courage.
Apparently, the only thing wrong with it was the exciter circuit leads, which had been sheared off by a bit of flying metal.The Measure of a Man|Randall Garrett
Strychnia is thus an exciter of muscular contraction and of motion; exalting sensation in a less degree.The Action of Medicines in the System|Frederick William Headland