[ UK /ɛksˈa‍ɪtəbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ɪkˈsaɪtəbəɫ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. easily excited
  2. capable of responding to stimuli
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How To Use excitable In A Sentence

  • Evidentally, this is an effective way for her to keep herself calm because she is easily excitable.
  • Maybe people are less excitable in Bicester Village. Times, Sunday Times
  • When we meet, the 45-year-old is more conventionally dressed but no less excitable. Times, Sunday Times
  • To Rich, his brother suddenly appeared as some benign leader, the merciful father taking his excitable daughters on holiday.
  • There was no good animal test to screen for the ataraxic effects, because the antihistamines made laboratory animals hyperexcitable, not calm.
  • A host of excitable angels crowds around the manger's tiny, brightly lit doll. Times, Sunday Times
  • When the Football Focus crew opened the door to Frank Lampard's London flat, the Chelsea player had to grab the collar of his bulldog Reggie to stop the dog charging us - in the way overexcitable puppies do.
  • Never come between an excitable cow/heifer and her calf and never ever turn your back on a nervous animal in a small space.
  • He was sometimes rather excitable and sometimes very silly. Times, Sunday Times
  • If that sounds all a bit excitable, tough. Times, Sunday Times
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