Another Word For EXCITED

thrilled

Adjective : Extremely excited or delighted.

overexcited

Adjective : Excessively excited

agog

Adjective : In eager desire, eager, astir.

Adjective : (chiefly of eyes) Wide open.

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

thrillful

Adjective : Full of thrills; exciting.

stimulated

Adjective : In a condition or state of stimulation.

frantic

Adjective : (archaic) Insane, mentally unstable.

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

Adjective : Extremely energetic.

emotional

Adjective : Of or relating to the emotions.

Adjective : Characterised by emotion.

Adjective : Determined by emotion rather than reason.

wild

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.

delirious

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

Adjective : Having uncontrolled excitement; ecstatic.

agitated

Adjective : Angry, annoyed, bothered or worked up.

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

mad

Adjective : (chiefly British Isles) 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.

crazy

Adjective : Of unsound mind; insane; demented.

Adjective : Out of control.

Adjective : Very excited or enthusiastic.

fevered

Adjective : Affected by a fever; feverish.

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

nervous

Adjective : Of sinews and tendons.

Adjective : (obsolete) Full of sinews.

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

aflutter

Adjective : Fluttering.

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

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

unrestrained

Adjective : immoderate; not restrained or held in check

Adjective : spontaneous, natural and informal; unconstrained

Adjective : Not subject to physical restraint.

intoxicated

Adjective : Stupefied by alcohol, drunk.

Adjective : Stupefied by any chemical substance.

drunk

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

Adjective : (derogatory) Habitually or frequently in a state of intoxication.

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

reactive

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.

activated

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

aroused

Adjective : Sexually excited; randy, lustful.

Adjective : Stirred up, agitated.

stirred

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

Adjective : emotionally arouse

stirred up

Adjective : emotionally arouse

teased

Adjective : feeling mild pleasurable excitemen

titillated

Adjective : feeling mild pleasurable excitemen

overjoyed

Adjective : Very happy.

Adjective : (obsolete) Overly happy.

enthused

Adjective : Enthusiastic.

elated

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

anxious

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.

delighted

Adjective : Greatly pleased.

Adjective : Filled with wonder and delight.

ecstatic

Adjective : Feeling or characterized by ecstasy.

Adjective : Extremely happy.

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

jazzed

Adjective : Played in a jazz style.

Adjective : (slang) Very enthusiastic or excited.

intrigued

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.

psyched

Adjective : (slang) Thrilled; excited.

Adjective : (slang) Frightened.

giddy

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.

surprised

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

pleased

Adjective : happy, content

eager

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.

happy

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).

shocked

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.

exhilarated

Adjective : made joyfu

impressed

Adjective : strongly affected, especially favourably

Adjective : stamped, under pressure

Adjective : compelled to serve in a military force

disappointed

Adjective : Defeated of expectations or hope; experiencing disappointment; let down.

Adjective : Having had a marriage proposal rejected.

Adjective : Expressing or indicating disappointment.

amazed

Adjective : Astonished or confounded with fear, surprise, or wonder; greatly surprised (often with ensuing adpositions e.g. at, with, or by).

unexcited

Adjective : Not feeling excitement or keen interest; placid; bored.

Adjective : Not in a state of excitation.

bummed

Adjective : Synonym of bummed out

stoked

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

proud

Adjective : Feeling honoured (by something); feeling happy or satisfied about an event or fact; gratified.

Adjective : That makes one feel proud (of something one did)

Adjective : Possessed of a due sense of what one deserves or is worth.

apprehensive

Adjective : Anticipating something with anxiety, fear, or doubt; reluctant.

Adjective : (obsolete) Perceptive; quick to learn; capable of understanding using one's intellect.

fascinated

Adjective : extremely interested

terrified

Adjective : Extremely frightened.

annoyed

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

enthralled

Adjective : Fascinated; captivated.

worried

Adjective : Thinking about unpleasant things that have happened or that might happen; feeling afraid and unhappy.

gratified

Adjective : having received what was desire

chuffed

Adjective : (UK, Ireland, informal) Very pleased or satisfied; delighted.

Adjective : (UK, Ireland, dialect) Displeased; gruff.

scared

Adjective : Feeling fear; afraid, frightened.

interested

Adjective : Having or showing interest (attention or curiosity).

Adjective : (less common) Having an interest (stake); being a stakeholder; motivated by considerations of self-interest; self-serving.

Adjective : Owning a share of a company; being a shareholder.

curious

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.

dismayed

Adjective : Having the emotion of dismay.

horrified

Adjective : Struck with horror.

frustrated

Adjective : Foiled, stopped, disappointed.

Adjective : Suffering from frustration; dissatisfied, agitated, and/or discontent because one is unable to perform an action or fulfill a desire.

Adjective : (Philippines, law) (of a felony or serious criminal offense) Imperfect form of execution of a crime in that, despite performing all the acts that should produce it, the crime fails to be consummated.

glad

Adjective : Pleased, happy, gratified.

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

flabbergasted

Adjective : Appalled, annoyed, exhausted or disgusted.

Adjective : (euphemistic, rare) Damned.

appalled

Adjective : Shocked, horrified by something unpleasant.

grateful

Adjective : Appreciative; thankful.

Adjective : (obsolete or archaic) Pleasing, welcome.

suprised

Adjective : Misspelling of surprised. [Caused to feel surprise, amazement or wonder, or showing an emotion due to an unexpected event.]

awed

Adjective : Filled with awe.

Adjective : Having or showing awe.

confused

Adjective : (of a person) unable to think clearly or understand

Adjective : (of a person or animal) disoriented

Adjective : chaotic, jumbled or muddled

saddened

Verb : (transitive) To make sad or unhappy.

Verb : (intransitive, rare) To become sad or unhappy.

Verb : (transitive, rare) To darken a color during dyeing.

enthusiastic

Adjective : With zealous fervor; excited, motivated.

Adjective : Relating to enthusiasm, or divine possession.

relieved

Adjective : Experiencing or exhibiting relief; freed from stress or discomfort.

disgusted

Adjective : Filled with disgust.

astonished

Adjective : Amazed; surprised.

embarrassed

Adjective : Having a feeling of shameful discomfort.

Adjective : (archaic) Impeded; obstructed; in an awkward situation.

hopeful

Adjective : feeling hope

Adjective : inspiring hope

daunted

Adjective : (Normally with a copular verb). Mildly afraid or worried by some upcoming situation.

extatic

Adjective : Obsolete spelling of ecstatic [Feeling or characterized by ecstasy.]

Adjective : Misspelling of ecstatic. [Feeling or characterized by ecstasy.]

inspired

Adjective : Having excellence through inspiration.

Adjective : Filled with inspiration or motivated.

Adjective : (religion) Infused with power or knowledge granted from a supernatural entity; possessing inspiration from the divine.

antsy

Adjective : (slang) restless, apprehensive and fidgety

astounded

Adjective : Surprised, amazed, astonished or bewildered.

perplexed

Adjective : Confused or puzzled.

Adjective : Bewildered.

Adjective : (obsolete) Entangled; labyrinthine.

frightened

Adjective : Afraid; suffering from fear.

amused

Adjective : Pleasurably entertained.

Adjective : Displaying amusement.

Adjective : (usually with a complement) Enjoying humor aspects (of something).

hesitant

Adjective : Tending to hesitate, wait, or proceed with caution or reservation.

unsurprised

Adjective : Not surprised

humbled

Adjective : (proscribed) (usually qualifying a first-person pronoun) Grateful for the support of others, touched; honored, flattered.

Adjective : Overcome with humility; in awe of the strength of another or one's own weakness

miffed

Adjective : (informal) Somewhat indignant, irritated, angry, put out or annoyed.

Adjective : (UK, regional) Confused; unable to understand.

appreciative

Adjective : Showing appreciation or gratitude.

Adjective : Capable of showing appreciation.

energized

Noun : the third album by the group Foghat.

keen

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.

hyped

Adjective : Having been subject to propaganda and promotion; promoted beyond what is reasonable or appropriate.

Adjective : Excited.

enraptured

Adjective : Marked by fondness; filled with delight

awestruck

Adjective : Filled or overcome with awe or wonder.

upset

Noun : (uncountable) Disturbance or disruption.

Noun : (countable, sports, politics) An unexpected victory of a competitor or candidate that was not favored to win.

Noun : (automobile insurance) An overturn.

encouraged

Adjective : inspired with confidenc

honored

Adjective : US standard spelling of honoured. [(British spelling) Respected, having received honour.]

irritated

Adjective : Experiencing a feeling of irritation.

Adjective : (pathology) Inflamed and painful.

wowed

Verb : To apply an emoticon with the meaning of "wow"

overwhelmed

Adjective : rendered powerless especially by an excessive amount or profusion of somethin

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