How To Use Excited In A Sentence

  • They were now surrounded on all sides by a ring of excited, curious faces.
  • Not for a very long time has the discovery of new music so profoundly moved and excited me as the contents of this disc.
  • The overseer, a great strong man, cracking his "blacksnake" from time to time, to enforce authority, excited our strong indignation. 'Three Score Years and Ten' Life-Long Memories of Fort Snelling, Minnesota, and Other Parts of the West
  • He came back hours later clothes ragged, an excited look on his face.
  • Some putz suddenly takes the stage to announce me and exclaim excitedly that this was my ‘largest sold-out crowd to date!’.
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  • He deliberately paused outside the door, forcing them to wait in frustration before they dared erupt into excited comment.
  • I really felt like both of us were gonna be excited for the other one if we won and that meant a lot.
  • As the phalanx of furious, excited inmates came sweeping into the servery, Jerrold recognised his danger. THE SCAR
  • Trevor and Kenneth polka'd excitedly round her legs as she slotted the Yale into the lock. TICKLED PINK
  • You don't want to lose that excited edge, but you should also be getting progressively more comfortable as dates go by.
  • Why do people get so excited about deals? Times, Sunday Times
  • He falls into a stupor, into utter oblivion of the world about him, becomes in turn excited and confused, his senses begin to functionate in a fallacious manner, and he thus succeeds in shutting out from consciousness, for the time being at least, the entire unbearable situation. Studies in Forensic Psychiatry
  • The book excited very little comment on this side of the Atlantic.
  • Failing to do so imperils his chances by giving us nothing to be excited about, much less to work for and a likely dismal voter turnout.
  • The fellas who have hatched the plan are very proud and excited. The Sun
  • I don't need their future stepmother telling me that they are excited about my wedding.
  • E.eryone was getting excited, and when T. hooley announced "Mark E. Smith is a dickhead", I think all the fears were confirmed. FallNews
  • Archaeologists were excited to find lots of bronzes, ceramics, lacquerworks, wood tomb figures, steel weapons and leather weapons, jewelry and even coloured drawings.
  • Yeaah we were excited when we first heard about the Firefly fan flic – Browncoats: Redemption. Firefly Browncoats: Redemption Shows off Third Trailer for Firefly Fan Flic « Show Me SciFi
  • The emphasis on the word Israelite excited my curiosity. Ben-Hur, a tale of the Christ
  • My story led to an excited chairwoman phoning me to offer me proof that the story of the wedding at Cana had been mistranslated for years, and that her belief was that the story involved Jesus transforming water into grape juice.
  • We were excited about it when we spotted it and it wasn't too expensive. Times, Sunday Times
  • She stopped her excited babble and grabbed my wrist, dragging me off to math class.
  • But they are doing it because they're excited about it. The Sun
  • Previous attempts to do this have used light to push individual atoms into an excited state.
  • His voice had suddenly taken on a childlike quality as he began talking quick and excitedly.
  • Dr Perelman is equally unexcited by the 530,000 that the Clay Mathematics Institute in Boston is almost certain to give him for solving the problem.
  • He was a little too excited, his voice pitched a fraction too high.
  • ‘It's just a matter of hours before she gives birth,’ Dominic Moss says excitedly as he peers at the bontebok's swollen belly.
  • Of course, it would be uncool to be excited about being so cool.
  • I'm going to see Twilight Eclipse this weekend - so excited! Go TEAM EDWARD!
  • I'm very excited about the possibility of playing for England's first team.
  • Don't name-drop the CEO you had lunch with, mention the conference you're attending or talk excitedly about your new job or salary with less-fortunate coworkers.
  • The crowds get excited when their teams attack - even when they are winning.
  • Close manoeuvring, defending against air and submarine attacks, naval gunfire shoots, practising replenishment operations at sea and helicopter operations will be among the evolutions which should keep the teenagers excited.
  • His whole appearance at such times excited disgust in that lady, and she would leave his presence as soon as possible, using even the term brute to express her disgust; Matthias too, would attempt to rouse him on such occasions, to a sense of impropriety, by exclaiming, "Why, Elijah! what are you saying, what are you about?" while other persons would remove his hand, and hold him. Fanaticism; Its Source and Influence, Illustrated by the Simple Narrative of Isabella, in the Case of Matthias, Mr. and Mrs. B. Folger, Mr. Pierson, Mr. Mills, Catherine, Isabella, &c. &c. A Reply to W. L. Stone, with the Descriptive Portraits of
  • In the air was the hot dog smell and excited chatter of fairs everywhere. LOOKING FOR ANDREW MCCARTHY
  • Polls and complaints to the BBC about coverage before the event showed an unexcited nation, he said, adding: The public holiday blows a hole in the idea that the wedding will be an economic boost for Britain. Royal wedding prompts surge in foreign holiday bookings
  • Another good thing about Amuto episodes is that I can almost be certain you'll make an amuto video afterward. kel aka gandy: It was just a generally exciting episode, so I suppose that's expected (I'm still excited somehow). WordPress.com News
  • Vicki opened the door excitedly and gaped at everything.
  • Sandara squealed excitedly, ‘how come you never told me your cousin was very much like me?’
  • An excited group of children tumbled out of school/the bus.
  • Such a mixing of configurations is present in proteins, where the energy of the excited state is dissipated among many conformational substates.
  • Harling admits he is excited at the challenge of making the classic show into a film.
  • The media is investing hundreds of thousands of dollars into microtechnology because they see that as the big breakthrough in making the viewer of a sporting event more excited about what they're watching.
  • He would get overexcited, jumping up and down, screaming at the screen. The Sun
  • The very mention of his name excited her.
  • They had some words, -- the officer and the sentry, -- he couldn't tell what, but the officer spoke excited like, and all of a sudden jumped away and started as though to run, and Number 6 "hollered" after him, though Reilly didn't clearly understand what was said. Ray's Daughter A Story of Manila
  • Huey, excited by Robert's ideas on deceit and self-deception, was eager for the three of us to get together.
  • The fans rushed onto the pitch in an excited mob.
  • I was jigging about on the cobble stone path, partly because I was excited at seeing my new house for the first time, but mainly because it was mid January and, quite frankly, flipping cold!
  • In water, the blue light comes from excited atoms that emit blue light.
  • Two bacon rashers are in the frying pan - one sizzling excitedly in its own fat, the other heaving a little as it bleeds odd white clots. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was well-known that he never let himself become excited by rumour or danger.
  • He was drunk; he seemed excited and tired, as if he had just come down off methedrine.
  • Hey! Cool it! Don't get so excited!
  • We were both pretty excited about visiting Saigon, country boys coming in to see the big time.
  • Marcello sat on his knee and gabbled excitedly.
  • The bending PZT are located at the antinodal plane of bend wave of transducer, and the bending vibration of transducer is excited by the longitudinal vibration of bending PZT. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Video and sound for the documentary are nothing to get excited about, but do the job.
  • Call me uncool, but I have been excited about this all week.
  • The distributions of Amplified Spontaneous Emission (ASE) in the Dye Laser Amplifier (DLA) as well as the excited level and triplet state populations of the dye have been reported.
  • I'm glad people are excited to see him back. The Sun
  • Such information is transformed to the brain cells and keeps the nervous centralis highly excited, thus degrading the quality of sleep.
  • "We're very excited when people are passionate about going to Tassie," said Penne. "We want to help musicians tour regional areas".
  • Steve stood at the bow of the ship, unprotected from the storm and hanging on for dear life as he pointed excitedly.
  • When he gets excited you see the corners of his mouth begin to froth up. Times, Sunday Times
  • This type of mole gets everyone excited because it's made with chocolate, but cacao is only one ingredient in the mix of four kinds of chillies and musky spices that create its distinct and complex flavour.
  • I'm very excited about her full-day workshop, Advanced User Research: Dirty Little Secrets, where she'll reveal oodles of tricks and techniques that nobody ever talks about.
  • The excited electron soon after releases the stored energy in the form of another photon.
  • Well, I've seen him get very animated and excited like that when he's speaking in front of a big crowd.
  • By ten that morning, I was torn between being totally excited and just plain sad.
  • I've always been interested in curses, hexes, and the like, and would be excited to discover that I have this capability, though of course it would also amount to a considerable responsibility.
  • Kathy had already been given the hook, and the OMG was here to lay out the shizzle before everyone got excited. The Coming of the Apocalypse
  • So I stand up, walk around my desk, close my door lest any children or wives wake up early, and proceed halfheartedly to get excited. More of the crap that’s in my head. But no nachos today. | Johnny B. Truant
  • Over time, these over-excited receptors become desensitized to the effects of norepinephrine, largely due to the effects of a second molecule, beta-adrenergic receptor kinase.
  • I've had a love-hate relationship with the place since I was 5, and always feel a little bit excited when I arrive.
  • Her secrecy was one of the things that most excited him, being alone with his poupe provoked a tantalizing sense of collusion, rare for Linus, who had little time for others. The Forgotten Garden
  • The excited donor will emit fluorescence, leading to a decrease of efficiency.
  • I do it to get shriekingly frightened because that makes me very excited and produces all sorts of fun chemicals.
  • In fact, it was a complete reinvention of my life and that was what really excited me. Times, Sunday Times
  • If you're unexcited about the Iowa caucuses, maybe this lady's enthusiasm will be contagious.
  • Although she is excited about going to school, she is also rather apprehensive and fearful. Educational Psychology in a Changing World
  • To chat to him your options are to push aside young, excited children, or rush to an enclosed area such as the corridor of staff toilets.
  • JemmaJames Am actually quite excited! am going to my first boxercise class tomorrow! Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7
  • Hers is a one-in-a-million case which results in her turning blue and stopping breathing whenever she becomes excited or agitated.
  • There is an experiment, which seems to evince this venous absorption, which consists in the external application of a stimulus to the lips, as of vinegar, by which they become instantly pale; that is, the bibulous mouths of the veins by this stimulus are excited to absorb the blood faster, than it can be supplied by the usual arterial exertion. Zoonomia, Vol. I Or, the Laws of Organic Life
  • She rocked onto her toes and back onto her heels excitedly, her short brown ponytail bobbing as she did so.
  • He used to suddenly get excited, for you could tell that he was excited, and rhapsodize at the slightest provocation about baseball - all he needed was the slimmest excuse, and sometimes none.
  • There was a hubbub of excited conversation from over a thousand people.
  • It’s this weird nexus of collectibility and browsability and nostalgia-crack that made me really excited about this. Diversicon Report | Goblin Mercantile Exchange
  • The audience is/are always very excited by a wonderful goal.
  • WHEN DANII LICKED HER LIPS AND PRESSED HIM BACK on the bed, his expression wavered between excited—and agonized. Deep Kiss Of Winter
  • Inside there was bustle and excited anticipatory chatter.
  • We are very excited about this season, we know we'll compete for trophies. Times, Sunday Times
  • At the turn of the century, he had been excited by his conception of the Mystic Hussars routine.
  • The narrator describes his successive days with Usher and his artmaking thus: ‘An excited and highly distempered ideality threw a sulphurous luster over all’.
  • I was also creatively excited to try something new, and what began as a research and development project became an entirely new doll.
  • Would-be house buyers should not get too excited. Times, Sunday Times
  • Loved Smackdown and i am excited about John Morrison's potential but i wish the writers would just leave poor Vickie alone, JM calling her abig fat pig was so unnecessary and made it all feel very awkward. Blog updates
  • Do I get excited about Beyonce because, wahoo, it's one more song about relationships?
  • The news has certainly excited comment .
  • But it's hardly a name that will have long-suffering fans excited. The Sun
  • The term excimer is derived from excited dimer, a term coined by physical chemists in the 1960s to describe short-lived energized molecules with two identical components.
  • She looked nervous and excited. The Secret Garden
  • Some of the excited atoms undergo radiative deexcitation.
  • The Google developer conference has been chock-full of announcements, but one that we are particularly excited about is a "20% time" project from software engineer, Moishe Lettvin.
  • Any improvements we introduce would clearly need to deliver value for money but we are excited about the potential benefits there could be for the London commuter. Computing
  • I’m trying to stay very optimistic and excited about the whole thing, but deep down I know that I’m going down in a blaze of gunfire, in a handbasket, that is on fire, and filled with electric eels, in the midst of a meteor shower, surrounded by my mother’s nagging voice, only to end it all by being impaled on a wrought iron fence. whitehelmet Diary Entry
  • C (h) ristine Oct 2 so excited! you’re in Seoul trying out the street food.:) if you’re still there try boong-uh-bbang too (little cakes in the shape of fish, stuffed with red bean paste) and other goodies all around. A bite of Seoul street food: Hotteok | Baking Bites
  • How excited I am to be able to preview one of my films in my home town - and for the first time I have turned down travel expenses!
  • The spectacle greatly excited us at the time.
  • She quickly slowed Hope down from her fast-paced gallop to an excited springy walk.
  • He is visibly excited about the entrepreneurial activity he has found in India. Times, Sunday Times
  • They make us hyper and overexcited and, once faded, leave us grumpy or exhausted or or tearful or craving more.
  • Scythia from the shortest and most practicable roads, and the whole front of the mountains was covered by the rampart of Gog and Magog, the long wall which has excited the curiosity of an Arabian caliph The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
  • A little boy came running up and tugged at his sleeve excitedly.
  • An excited little man with the staring eyes of a visionary, who harangued us for hours on end about the imminence of apocalypse. DREAMS OF INNOCENCE
  • I so excited for this, bale is gold, and the story is a great one to finally tell. McG Speaks! Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins Official Blog and Concept Art « FirstShowing.net
  • I asked if his father was a fisherman ( "patar hithus?") and he answered excitedly in English, "sardine, sardine! undefined
  • Democrats called the proposals inadequate and Wall Street appeared unexcited about the changes, many of which had been made public before the speech.
  • The food was nothing to get excited about .
  • Gina tends to gabble away when she's excited.
  • One of the strangest things that happens to you when you are raising a toddler is how the normally mundane things get you incredibly excited.
  • People are unexcited about what they imagine heaven could be like.
  • The dog wagged its tail excitedly.
  • It was then a frantic race to the finish as the excited onlookers cheered the teams over the line.
  • He was very excited and animated when he was brought to the new Keyspan Park in Brooklyn to throw out a first ball at the Mets minor league home of the Brooklyn Cyclones.
  • ‘Oh, I read all your articles,’ an excited advertiser tells a colleague, who blushed for the nth time that evening.
  • The lifetimes of the excited singlet states S1 of the organic biological macromolecules haematoporphyrin and lactoflavin were measured with streak camera.
  • Everything dowly became more heated, crowded, excited. You Live Once
  • We packed up and moved across the country, excited and nervous. Christianity Today
  • I've always spoken quickly, and though I still do, now I merely give you a mild case of windburn rather than lift your scalp right off when I'm excited about something.
  • Whenever excited, the composer would strum his tune on the piano even at midnight.
  • The excited crowd stood wide eyed in amazement at the spectacle that lit up the night sky.
  • Why once at a byker rally I had Cindy rub herself with burgers while the bykers licked her, I was really excited by all the greasy, burgers, but the onions and dill pickle is what really got me going …. ooops, speaking of going, I just went …. diaper change isle Johnny. Think Progress » McCain falsely claims no American servicemembers have been killed or wounded in Iraq in the past three months.
  • During seminars at Göttingen on the magnetic resonance techniques of Rabi and of Kastler, it had occurred to me that because of the analogy between an atom and a radio dipole antenna, (a), alignment of the atom should show up in its optical absorption cross section, and (b), electron impact should produce aligned excited atoms. Hans G. Dehmelt - Autobiography
  • And people are excited and energised and inspired because they realise that there can be this kind of empowerment and democracy.
  • Don't get excited about the examination; keep cool.
  • Don't get excited about the exam; keep cool.
  • He was not so bewildered in his own hurried reflections but that he remarked, that the deadly paleness which had occupied her neck and temples, and such of her features as the riding-mask left exposed, gave place to a deep and rosy suffusion; and he felt with embarrassment that a flush was by tacit sympathy excited in his own cheeks. The Bride of Lammermoor
  • I'm incredibly excited at the prospect, since I've started playing guitar a lot more lately.
  • I know I like saying the names of trees and plants when I identify them, and I’m also excited to hear what obscure mechanical parts are called isinglass and petcock, for instance. Dear Clusterflock | clusterflock
  • It's not much and it doesn't lead anywhere, so don't get excited.
  • Hydrated electrons relax back to their unexcited state in about 50 femtoseconds.
  • Gothic romance: "Now the co-presence of something regular, something to which the mind has been accustomed in various moods and in a less excited state, cannot but have great efficacy in tempering and restraining the passion by an intertexture of ordinary feeling, and of feeling not strictly and necessarily connected with the passion" (609). Gothic Visions, Romantic Acoustics
  • Grace said ... first of all, lime juice and corn on the cob is a happy match indeed. secondly, i don't like shrimp AT ALL, but that salsa is so appealing to me that i'm almost excited to try the whole dish! Oh The Things We Do For Love: Shrimp & Scallops With Warm Tropical Fruit Salsa and Corn On The Cob
  • The traditional objection was made that it might be snowing heavily on Christmas Eve and early closing would ensure that staff could safely travel home to their excited and expectant children.
  • The beggar's story excited my pity.
  • As a book it has useful anecdotes, but is otherwise nothing to get excited about.
  • So it's no surprise that astronomers are excited about the potential of the so-called Delaunay Tessellation Field Estimator (DTFE). Technology Review RSS Feeds
  • When we're excited about a project, our creative juices and mental faculties are in full gear.
  • City's new targetman is excited by the prospect of making his debut in tomorrow's top-six clash at Brentford.
  • I was excited by the romantic exoticism of the play, but it was also a little quaint and stagy.
  • The story about a hero excited the little boys very much.
  • Now concerts are selling out, people are excited and something is happening. Times, Sunday Times
  • Trees is a very small intimate place and it sounds great!!! so excited! Twilight Lexicon » 100 Monkeys Supporting Adrenal Cancer Awareness
  • The band sounded great and played what we needed to hear from the Blue album, but what kept everyone in the stadium excited was the "where is Rivers" game as he danced and ran through the crowd, climbing on top of portable buildings andup and down the stadium bleachers, with security and a bright spotlight trying to keep with him. Three Imaginary Girls - Seattle's sparkly indie-pop press
  • As Christmas neared, the children became more and more excited.
  • This shows that no O(1D) the first electronically excited state which will not collisionally or radiatively quench to the ground state by collision in almost all cases was produced by multiphoton processes 7. Any ground state O(3P) would have to be improbably hot translationally to react with water vapor producing OH 8. Higher lying quartet states of NO2 are unlikely to react. Archive 2009-06-01
  • I'm excited too, because it means I get to buy lots of cool stuff that folds out.
  • In the MCS, each excited donor can then either transfer its energy to an acceptor or emit fluorescence, according to the rules listed above.
  • I was so excited to be at the heartland of hippie that I initially looked at things through rose-coloured specs, almost imagining myself back in the era of the the Free Store run by counter-culture heroes the Diggers and the infamous Drog Store Cafe. Insider's guide to musical pilgrimages: Country, soul, blues, folk, world music
  • We believe that there are significant operational synergies to be gained from this merger and are excited about the opportunities going forward.
  • The sound of children excitedly running around their school playground and the drone of passing cars are the only noises that disturb the tranquillity of rural life.
  • He autographed copies of the directory for excited fans.
  • The whole team is super excited to officially be launching the a.d. schwarz line for the first time in New York with some limited quantities of handwrought sustainably-harvested wood jewelry and Sofala plates. Summer Rayne Oakes: High-End African Design Debuts in New York, NY
  • It was a look that excited many approving glances, as Von Furstenberg dresses are must-have this season.
  • But it seemed a waste not to seize the unique opportunity to stretch your brain on something that genuinely excited you.
  • People here get just as excited about the prospect of buying a new bike as they might a new car.
  • His boyfriend at the time felt me up surreptitiously in the back of the car while Derek chattered excitedly to us from the front. G. Roger Denson: MoMA and AA Bronson Present "Queer Cinema: Today and Yesterday"
  • Perhaps Mr Blade got too excited or he might just be using a dated presentation.
  • Finally, good fortune is smiling upon the down-but-never-beaten Evans family as they excitedly prepare themselves to move from their hovel of a high-rise homestead and relocate in Mississippi.
  • Fig. 4 compares the decay of the excited state for the native trimer and the solubilized monomer.
  • While the excited and enthusiastic student is very reinforcing to the teacher, the exact ingredients of motivation continue to be highly elusive.
  • Four girls approached the podium excitedly and one stepped up to the microphone.
  • As the energy levels in the excited hydrogen atom decrease, the electron returns to lower energy orbitals closer to the nucleus.
  • I'm excited and a bit apprehensive. Times, Sunday Times
  • In addition, 2 people of husband and wife are abstinency meet too for long again, the husband often can be compared in sexual life excited.
  • While the family is still poor and Harihar's health is declining, he is happy to be reunited with his wife and son, who is animated and excited about city life.
  • I was all excited and eager to go to Aikido, and I ended up being really quite late instead.
  • Everyone here seems excited about it, and I pray fervently it will be loved by its readers.
  • We see how excited people get when England start winning at cricket, football or rugby.
  • Ashley got more excited over his new bit of stainless steel than Les did with his old brass.
  • Billy gets excited because this means the price of coonskins will go up and Billy could make a lot of money if he catches a lot of coonskins.
  • Genevieve watched their excited efforts, while she listened to the white-faced second cautioning Joe. Chapter 6
  • You reach a stage where you don't get terribly excited about much anymore. Times, Sunday Times
  • The transition would demand a significant energy input per excited electron.
  • I pointed out that the story was full of inaccuracies and untruths about me, but he was still very excited about the project.
  • Aiming the lasers and microwaves precisely at the antiatoms using the right settings is very difficult right after the antiatoms are formed because they are in what's called an excited state - the positrons are orbiting the nucleus of the antiatom, but they're very far away, and they're constantly changing their orbit. CBC | Top Stories News
  • Grandson just turned eleven, to say he was excited is an understatement. Big game tags
  • The dog rose awkwardly to his feet and licked the man's hand excitedly.
  • The old hands were less excited and settled down to daydream the time away until supper.
  • Her first entrance, as an excited teenage princess, was full of confidence, her arms featherlight and gorgeous, her phrasing luxuriant. Times, Sunday Times
  • I was wary of it awakening all my feelings again but excited too and knew I would not turn her down. The Sun
  • My Birthday, on Monday, was brilliant - the kids got me cashews and Belgian chocs and were so excited and pleased with themselves that I felt all loved and snuggly.
  • Since the report was published, there has been a howl of terrified rage from those who enjoy Radio 4 already and an unexcited silence from those who don't. A cool Radio 4? What a turn-off | Victoria Coren
  • People here get just as excited about the prospect of buying a new bike as they might a new car.
  • Thus thought Maria — These are the ravages over which humanity must ever mournfully ponder, with a degree of anguish not excited by crumbling marble, or cankering brass, unfaithful to the trust of monumental fame. Maria; or The Wrongs of Woman
  • She is so excited about her trip of a lifetime next month she has already packed her case.

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