[ UK /ɛksˈa‍ɪtɪdli/ ]
[ US /ɪkˈsaɪtədɫi/ ]
  1. with excitement; in an excited manner
    she shook his hand excitedly
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How To Use excitedly In A Sentence

  • Some putz suddenly takes the stage to announce me and exclaim excitedly that this was my ‘largest sold-out crowd to date!’.
  • Trevor and Kenneth polka'd excitedly round her legs as she slotted the Yale into the lock. TICKLED PINK
  • His voice had suddenly taken on a childlike quality as he began talking quick and excitedly.
  • ‘It's just a matter of hours before she gives birth,’ Dominic Moss says excitedly as he peers at the bontebok's swollen belly.
  • 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.
  • 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?’
  • 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
  • Marcello sat on his knee and gabbled excitedly.
  • Steve stood at the bow of the ship, unprotected from the storm and hanging on for dear life as he pointed excitedly.
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