excitement definition

  • noun:
    • The act or an example of interesting.
    • The condition of becoming excited.
    • a thing that excites: the dance tigers as well as other circus excitements.
    • the state of being excited (emotionally aroused).
    • a thing that excites.
    • The work of interesting, or perhaps the condition to be roused into action, or of getting increased activity; impulsion; agitation.
    • what excites or rouses; what moves, stirs, or causes activity; a motive.
    • A state of stimulated or increased essential task in an organism, or some of its body organs or areas.
    • The work of exciting; stimulation.
    • their state of being excited or roused into action; agitation; sensation; commotion: as, the headlines caused great pleasure; an excitement of those.
    • In medicine, circumstances of increased, and particularly unduly increased, activity in the body or in any one of its components.
    • That which excites or rouses; what moves, stirs, or induces action; a motive.
    • hawaii to be emotionally aroused and worked-up
    • the experience of lively and cheerful delight
    • something that agitates and arouses
    • disturbance typically in protest
    • The act or an instance of exciting.
    • The condition of becoming excited.
    • something which excites: the dance tigers as well as other circus excitements.
    • their state of being excited (emotionally aroused).
    • something that excites.
    • The work of exciting, or perhaps the state to be roused into activity, or of having increased action; impulsion; agitation.
    • whatever excites or rouses; what techniques, stirs, or causes action; a motive.
    • circumstances of aroused or increased essential task in an organism, or any one of its body organs or tissues.
    • The act of interesting; stimulation.
    • hawaii to be excited or roused into action; agitation; sensation; commotion: as, the headlines caused great excitement; an excitement of those.
    • In medication, a situation of increased, and especially unduly increased, task in the human body or perhaps in any one of its parts.
    • what excites or rouses; that which moves, stirs, or induces activity; a motive.
    • the state of being emotionally aroused and worked up
    • the sensation of lively and cheerful pleasure
    • something which agitates and arouses
    • disturbance frequently in protest

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