Another Word For EXCITED


Adjective : Excessively excited


Adjective : In eager desire, eager, astir.

Adjective : (chiefly of eyes) Wide open.

Verb : In a state of high anticipation, excitement, or interest.


Adjective : In a condition or state of stimulation.


Adjective : Extremely excited or delighted.


Adjective : Of or relating to the emotions.

Adjective : Characterised by emotion.

Adjective : Determined by emotion rather than reason.


Adjective : Angry, annoyed, bothered or worked up.

Adjective : (of a solution or substance) Violently and chaotically moving around, such as because of being shaken.


Adjective : (archaic) Insane, mentally unstable.

Adjective : In a state of panic, worry, frenzy or rush.

Adjective : Extremely energetic


Adjective : (medicine) Being in the state of delirium.

Adjective : Having uncontrolled excitement; ecstatic.


Adjective : Insane; crazy, mentally deranged.

Adjective : (chiefly US; informal in UK) Angry, annoyed.

Adjective : (chiefly in the negative, informal) Used litotically to indicate satisfaction or approval.


Adjective : Of unsound mind; insane; demented.

Adjective : Out of control.

Adjective : Very excited or enthusiastic.


Adjective : Untamed; not domesticated; specifically, in an unbroken line of undomesticated animals (as opposed to feral, referring to undomesticated animals whose ancestors were domesticated).

Adjective : From or relating to wild creatures.

Adjective : Unrestrained or uninhibited.


Adjective : Fluttering.

Adjective : Filled or covered (with something that flutters).

Adjective : In a state of tremulous excitement, anticipation or confusion.


Adjective : that reacts or responds to a stimulus

Adjective : (chemistry) that readily takes part in reactions

Adjective : (electronics) Characterized by induction or capacitance rather than resistance.


Adjective : immoderate; not restrained or held in check

Adjective : spontaneous, natural and informal; unconstrained

Adjective : Not subject to physical restraint.


Adjective : Stupefied by alcohol, drunk.

Adjective : Stupefied by any chemical substance.


Adjective : Intoxicated as a result of excessive alcohol consumption, usually by drinking alcoholic beverages.

Adjective : Habitually or frequently in a state of intoxication.

Adjective : (usually followed by with or on) Elated or emboldened.


Adjective : (obsolete) Full of sinews.

Adjective : (obsolete) Having strong or prominent sinews; sinewy, muscular.

Adjective : (obsolete) Of a piece of writing, literary style etc.: forceful, powerful.


Adjective : Affected by a fever; feverish.

Adjective : Heated; impassioned; enthusiastic to the point of distraction.


Adjective : of e.g. a molecule; made reactive or more reactiv

Adjective : (of sewage) treated with aeration and bacteria to aid decompositio

Adjective : set up and placed on active assignmen


Adjective : aroused to actio

Adjective : feeling great sexual desir

Adjective : brought to a state of great tensio


Adjective : set into a usually circular motion in order to mix or blen

Adjective : emotionally arouse

stirred up

Adjective : emotionally arouse


Adjective : feeling mild pleasurable excitemen


Adjective : Full of thrills; exciting.


Adjective : feeling mild pleasurable excitemen


Adjective : (slang) Feeling excitement or an exciting rush.


Adjective : With zealous fervor; excited, motivated.

Adjective : Relating to enthusiasm, or divine possession.


Adjective : (slang) Thrilled; excited.

Adjective : (slang) Frightened.


Adjective : Lively, vigorous, animated or courageous.


Adjective : enthusiastic; keen; eager; showing great interest in something or desire to do something


Adjective : (chiefly Commonwealth) Often with a prepositional phrase, or with to and an infinitive: showing a quick and ardent responsiveness or willingness; eager, enthusiastic, interested.

Adjective : Fierce, intense, vehement.

Adjective : Having a fine edge or point; sharp.


Adjective : Desirous; keen to do or obtain something.

Adjective : (computing theory) Not employing lazy evaluation; calculating results immediately, rather than deferring calculation until they are required.

Adjective : (dated) Brittle; inflexible; not ductile.


Adjective : Very happy.

Adjective : (obsolete) Overly happy.


Adjective : Given to strong feeling, sometimes romantic, sexual, or both.

Adjective : Fired with intense feeling.

Adjective : (obsolete) Suffering; sorrowful.


Adjective : Greatly pleased.

Adjective : Filled with wonder and delight.


Noun : A feeling of extreme happiness or cheerfulness, especially related to the acquisition or expectation of something good.

Noun : Anything that causes such a feeling.

Noun : Luck or success; a positive outcome.


Adjective : Pleased, happy, gratified.

Adjective : (obsolete) Having a bright or cheerful appearance; expressing or exciting joy; producing gladness.

Verb : (archaic, transitive) To make glad.


Noun : (uncountable) A state of being pleased or contented; gratification.

Noun : (countable) A person, thing or action that causes enjoyment.

Noun : (uncountable) One's preference.


Adjective : Charmed, delighted, enraptured.

Adjective : Under the influence of enchantment.


Adjective : Having a feeling arising from a consciousness of well-being or of enjoyment; enjoying good of any kind, such as comfort, peace, or tranquillity; blissful, contented, joyous.

Adjective : Experiencing the effect of favourable fortune; favored by fortune or luck; fortunate, lucky, propitious.

Adjective : Content, willing, satisfied (with or to do something); having no objection (to something).


Adjective : Emotionally affected; touched.

Adjective : (obsolete) Convinced.


Adjective : happy, content


Adjective : (slang) Pumped up.

Adjective : (not comparable) Wearing pumps (the type of shoe).

Adjective : (climbing) Very tired, especially when too fatigued to grip handholds well.


Adjective : Pleasant, satisfactory.

Adjective : Of a person: friendly, attractive.

Adjective : Respectable; virtuous.


Adjective : Satisfied, pleased, contented.

Noun : Satisfaction, contentment; pleasure.

Noun : (obsolete) Acquiescence without examination.


Adjective : Providing inspiration; encouraging; stimulating.

Noun : inspiration


Noun : The act of arousing or the state of being aroused.

Noun : Sexual arousal.

Noun : A physiological and psychological state of being awake or reactive to stimuli, including elevated heart rate and blood pressure and a condition of sensory alertness, mobility and readiness to respond.


Adjective : violently disturbed or agitated; tempestuous, tumultuous

Adjective : being in, or causing, disturbance or unrest


Adjective : Displaying or feeling anger.

Adjective : (said about a wound or a rash) Inflamed and painful.

Adjective : (figuratively, said about the elements, like the sky or the sea) Dark and stormy, menacing.


Adjective : Nervous and excited.

Adjective : Tending to jump; full of jumps.


Adjective : Restless and intolerant of delays.

Adjective : Anxious and eager, especially to begin something.

Adjective : (obsolete) Not to be borne; unendurable.


Adjective : Experiencing a feeling of irritation.

Adjective : (pathology) Inflamed and painful.


Adjective : Showing anger or indignation, especially at something unjust or wrong.


Adjective : Nervous, apprehensive.

Adjective : (entertainment, advertising) Creatively challenging; cutting edge; leading edge.

Adjective : (entertainment, advertising) On the edge between acceptable and offensive; pushing the boundaries of good taste; risqué.


Adjective : Nervous and worried.

Adjective : Having a feeling of anxiety or disquietude; extremely concerned, especially about something that will happen in the future or that is unknown.

Adjective : (of things) Accompanied with, or causing, anxiety; worrying.


Adjective : Having been woken up.

Adjective : Aroused or activated.


Adjective : Troubled, irritated by something unwanted or unliked (an annoyance); vexed.


Adjective : Confused, befuddled, in a state of panic by having become overwrought with confusion.


Adjective : (of a person) Angry, distressed, or unhappy.

Adjective : (of a stomach or gastrointestinal tract, referred to as stomach) Feeling unwell, nauseated, or ready to vomit.

Noun : (uncountable) Disturbance or disruption.


Adjective : anxious, worried, careworn.


Adjective : Not allowing or affording rest.

Adjective : Without rest; unable to be still or quiet; uneasy; continually moving.

Adjective : Not satisfied to be at rest or in peace; averse to repose; eager for change; discontented.


Adjective : Having no reservations; showing unconditional and enthusiastic support.


Adjective : increased in intensity or concentration; elevated, stepped-up


Adjective : Not held firmly in position, physically unstable.

Adjective : Lacking regularity or uniformity.

Adjective : Inconstant in purpose, or volatile in behavior.


Adjective : Appreciative; thankful.

Adjective : (obsolete) Pleasing, welcome.


Adjective : Frayed at the edges.

Adjective : (colloquial) Stressed and exhausted either physically or emotionally.


Adjective : Tending to ask questions, or to want to explore or investigate; inquisitive; (with a negative connotation) nosy, prying.

Adjective : Caused by curiosity.

Adjective : Leading one to ask questions about; somewhat odd, out of the ordinary, or unusual.


Adjective : Acting in the interest of what is beneficial, ethical, or moral.

Adjective : Competent or talented.

Adjective : Able to be depended on for the discharge of obligations incurred; of unimpaired credit; used with for.


Adjective : (temperature) Between warm and cool.

Adjective : Unenthusiastic (about a proposal or an idea).


Adjective : Emitting much light; visually dazzling; luminous, lucent, radiant.

Adjective : Of light: brilliant, intense.

Adjective : Of an object, surface, etc.: reflecting much light; having a high lustre; gleaming, shiny.


Noun : The action of the verb glow.

Adjective : That glows or glow.

Adjective : (figuratively) Full of praise.


Adjective : (of an object) Having or giving off a high temperature.

Adjective : (of a person or animal) Feeling the sensation of heat, especially to the point of discomfort.

Adjective : Feverish.


Adjective : encased in a wrapping.

Adjective : Misspelling of rapt. [(not comparable, archaic) Snatched, taken away; abducted.]


Adjective : Put into a package.

Adjective : Filled with a large number or large quantity of something.

Adjective : (colloquial) Filled to capacity with people.


Adjective : Having been placed in a package.


Adjective : (UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Canada, colloquial) Drunk.

Adjective : (US, Canada, mildly vulgar, colloquial) Annoyed, angry.


Adjective : (anatomy) Used in the production of speech sounds.

Adjective : (music) Relating to, composed or arranged for, or sung by the human voice.

Adjective : (phonetics) Consisting of, or characterized by, voice, or tone produced in the larynx, which may be modified, either by resonance, as in the case of the vowels, or by obstructive action, as in certain consonants, such as v, l, etc., or by both, as in the nasals m, n, ng.


Adjective : Having been placed in a bag.

Adjective : (colloquial) Having been caught or successfully hunted.


Adjective : Of, or arising from hysteria.

Adjective : Having, or prone to having hysterics.

Adjective : Provoking uncontrollable laughter.


Adjective : Radiating light and/or heat.

Adjective : Emitted as radiation.

Adjective : Beaming with vivacity and happiness.


Noun : A festival/holiday commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ and incorporating various Christian, pre-Christian, pagan and secular customs, which is celebrated on December 25 in most places.

Noun : The Twelve Days of Christmas: Christmastide; the season (traditionally from the 24th of December to the 6th of January) around the holiday.

Noun : A personification of Christmas.


Adjective : Equipped with wires, so as to connect to a power source or to other electric or electronic equipment; connected by wires.

Adjective : Equipped with hidden electronic eavesdropping devices.

Adjective : Reinforced, supported, tied or bound with wire.


Noun : A billy club.

Noun : A billy goat.

Noun : A male goat; a ram.


Adjective : Hard or bony, like an animal's horn.

Adjective : Having the hard consistency and pale colour of an animal's horn.

Adjective : Having horns.


Adjective : Feverish, or having a high temperature.

Adjective : (medicine) Involving fever as a symptom or cause.

Adjective : Full of nervous energy.


Noun : Alternative spelling of Said [A male given name from Arabic]


Verb : (transitive) To take control of; to seize by force or stratagem.

Verb : (transitive) To store (as in sounds or image) for later revisitation.

Verb : (transitive) To reproduce convincingly.


Adjective : having received what was desire


Verb : (transitive) To give heart to; to encourage, urge on, cheer, give confidence to.


Verb : (intransitive) To conceive or carry out a secret plan intended to harm; to form a plot or scheme.

Verb : (transitive) To arouse the interest of; to fascinate.

Verb : (intransitive) To have clandestine or illicit intercourse.


Adjective : angered at something unjust or wron


Adjective : moved around an axis or cente

Adjective : in an unpalatable stat


Verb : (intransitive) To show enthusiasm.

Verb : (proscribed, sometimes humorous) To cause (someone) to feel enthusiasm or to be enthusiastic.


Adjective : Extremely happy and excited; delighted; pleased, euphoric.


Adjective : Feeling or characterized by ecstasy.

Adjective : Extremely happy.

Adjective : Relating to, or caused by, ecstasy or excessive emotion.


Adjective : Played in a jazz style.

Adjective : (slang) Very enthusiastic or excited.


Adjective : Feeling a sense of spinning in the head, causing a perception of unsteadiness and being about to fall down; dizzy.

Adjective : Causing or likely to cause dizziness or a feeling of unsteadiness.

Adjective : Moving around something or spinning rapidly.


Adjective : Caused to feel surprise, amazement or wonder, or showing an emotion due to an unexpected event.


Adjective : Surprised, startled, confused, or taken aback, particularly when also indignant.

Adjective : (medicine) Suffering from shock.

Adjective : (physics) Affected, altered, or transformed by one or more shock waves.


Adjective : made joyfu

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