Related formshy·per·ac·tion [hahy-per-ak-shuh n] /ˌhaɪ pərˈæk ʃən/, nounhy·per·ac·tive·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for hyperactive
Following an all too predictable cycle of the hyperactive 21st century, focus on the explosion was ephemeral.
Now, a new therapy might have these women filling up the same prescriptions as their hyperactive grandchildren.
She suggested he was hyperactive and that he cannot sit still in class.
He did get his 15 minutes, however, which is a long time in the non-stop, hyperactive world of 4chan.More Shocking Than Online Suicides Are the Crowds Who Clamor to Watch|Caitlin Dickson|December 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Ritalin drives dopamine up in hyperactive children, and their activity decreases.
We must stimulate the apathetic and the sluggish; we must moderate the hyperactive; we must correct paresis, tics, etc.
In hyperactive children the arms must first be restrained by holding them tight in our hands.