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The example sentences of EXCITED in videos (15 in total of 3552)

you personal pronoun 'll modal tell verb, base form me personal pronoun yeah interjection i personal pronoun wo modal n't adverb tell verb, base form anyone noun, singular or mass so adverb excited verb, past tense to to those determiner so adverb excited verb, past participle to to get verb, base form
really adverb excited verb, past participle i personal pronoun 'm verb, non-3rd person singular present really adverb excited verb, past participle about preposition or subordinating conjunction this determiner one cardinal number as preposition or subordinating conjunction i personal pronoun was verb, past tense drawing verb, gerund or present participle it personal pronoun out preposition or subordinating conjunction making verb, gerund or present participle
me personal pronoun this determiner morning noun, singular or mass i personal pronoun 'm verb, non-3rd person singular present super adjective excited verb, past participle about preposition or subordinating conjunction our possessive pronoun talk verb, base form absolutely adverb i personal pronoun 'm verb, non-3rd person singular present super adjective excited verb, past participle yeah interjection yeah interjection
this determiner means verb, 3rd person singular present your possessive pronoun reward noun, singular or mass circuit noun, singular or mass gets verb, 3rd person singular present more adverb, comparative responsive adjective and coordinating conjunction excited verb, past participle about preposition or subordinating conjunction porn noun, singular or mass , less adverb, comparative excited verb, past participle about preposition or subordinating conjunction
your possessive pronoun friend noun, singular or mass seems verb, 3rd person singular present really adverb excited verb, past participle about preposition or subordinating conjunction going verb, gerund or present participle but coordinating conjunction you personal pronoun were verb, past tense excited verb, past participle for preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner quiet adjective night noun, singular or mass alone adverb
i personal pronoun 'm verb, non-3rd person singular present excited verb, past participle to to ask verb, base form him personal pronoun or coordinating conjunction her possessive pronoun i personal pronoun 'm verb, non-3rd person singular present excited verb, past participle to to do verb, base form this determiner race verb, base form i personal pronoun 'm verb, non-3rd person singular present excited verb, past participle
so adverb excited verb, past participle i personal pronoun 'm verb, non-3rd person singular present so adverb excited verb, past participle i personal pronoun 'm verb, non-3rd person singular present so adverb excited verb, past participle i personal pronoun 'm verb, non-3rd person singular present so adverb excited verb, past participle so preposition or subordinating conjunction it personal pronoun starts noun, plural at preposition or subordinating conjunction four cardinal number o'clock proper noun, singular
give verb, base form it personal pronoun a determiner like preposition or subordinating conjunction if preposition or subordinating conjunction you're proper noun, singular excited verb, past tense , because preposition or subordinating conjunction i personal pronoun 'm verb, non-3rd person singular present really adverb excited verb, past participle to to talk verb, base form about preposition or subordinating conjunction this determiner .
i personal pronoun m proper noun, singular excited verb, past tense to to start verb, base form this determiner series noun, singular or mass , and coordinating conjunction hopefully adverb you personal pronoun are verb, non-3rd person singular present excited verb, past participle to to learn verb, base form something noun, singular or mass about preposition or subordinating conjunction neuroscience noun, singular or mass !
i personal pronoun 'm verb, non-3rd person singular present excited verb, past participle are verb, non-3rd person singular present you personal pronoun excited verb, past tense you're proper noun, singular not adverb excited verb, past tense because preposition or subordinating conjunction you personal pronoun 've verb, non-3rd person singular present been verb, past participle working verb, gerund or present participle on preposition or subordinating conjunction this determiner for preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner while noun, singular or mass
are verb, non-3rd person singular present you personal pronoun excited verb, past tense oh interjection i personal pronoun got verb, past tense it personal pronoun imported verb, past tense did verb, past tense you personal pronoun actually adverb i personal pronoun 'm verb, non-3rd person singular present so adverb excited verb, past participle and coordinating conjunction
that wh-determiner is verb, 3rd person singular present something noun, singular or mass we personal pronoun 're verb, non-3rd person singular present incredibly adverb excited verb, past participle about preposition or subordinating conjunction and coordinating conjunction i personal pronoun think verb, non-3rd person singular present the determiner fans noun, plural are verb, non-3rd person singular present getting verb, gerund or present participle excited verb, past participle .
i personal pronoun 'm verb, non-3rd person singular present really adverb excited verb, past participle , right noun, singular or mass - really adverb excited verb, past participle because preposition or subordinating conjunction i personal pronoun 've verb, non-3rd person singular present wanted verb, past participle to to bring verb, base form you personal pronoun guys noun, plural this determiner video noun, singular or mass
but coordinating conjunction i personal pronoun know verb, non-3rd person singular present as adverb much adjective as preposition or subordinating conjunction i personal pronoun 'm verb, non-3rd person singular present excited verb, past participle i personal pronoun know verb, non-3rd person singular present my possessive pronoun dad noun, singular or mass 's possessive ending even adverb more adverb, comparative excited verb, past participle
their possessive pronoun friends noun, plural are verb, non-3rd person singular present excited verb, past participle to to meet verb, base form you personal pronoun - if preposition or subordinating conjunction your possessive pronoun partner noun, singular or mass s proper noun, singular friends noun, plural are verb, non-3rd person singular present excited verb, past participle to to meet verb, base form

Use "excited" in a sentence | "excited" example sentences

How to use "excited" in a sentence?

  • Every great mind seeks to labor for eternity. All men are captivated by immediate advantages; great minds alone are excited by the prospect of distant good.
    -Friedrich Schiller-
  • Many people think excitement is happiness.... But when you are excited you are not peaceful. True happiness is based on peace.
    -Nhat Hanh-
  • I still get excited by working with big names. You have that initial moment of, 'Oh my goodness, I'm going to work with Tom Cruise!'
    -Malin Akerman-
  • I'm such a fan of Shailene Woodley, so I'm super excited to see all her stuff. She's an awesome actress.
    -Zoey Deutch-
  • Attending ComicCon for 'Arrow' was so much fun! Seeing the fans excited gets me excited and feels really good.
    -Katie Cassidy-
  • The crowd in Atlanta was amazing the last time we played there. They were enthusiastic, engaged in the game and were happy to be there. They are excited about soccer.
    -Kelley O'Hara-
  • We are all excited by the love of praise, and the noblest are most influenced by glory.
    -Marcus Tullius Cicero-
  • I like people who are enthused about things they do, like travel, sports, work. I like being with people who have things they're excited about.
    -Parker Stevenson-

Definition and meaning of EXCITED

What does "excited mean?"

/ikˈsīdəd/

excited

adjective
very enthusiastic and eager.
verb
To make someone feel happy, interested or eager.

What are synonyms of "excited"?
Some common synonyms of "excited" are:
  • thrilled,
  • exhilarated,
  • elevated,
  • animated,
  • enlivened,
  • electrified,
  • stirred,
  • moved,
  • delighted,
  • exuberant,
  • enraptured,
  • intoxicated,
  • feverish,
  • enthusiastic,
  • eager,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/THril/

thrilled
adjective verb

Being very excited and interested in something. To feel sudden excitement or pleasure.

/iɡˈziləˌrādəd/

exhilarated
adjective verb

very happy, animated, or elated. To cause someone to feel very happy and excited.

/ˈeləˌvādəd/

elevated
adjective noun verb

higher than surrounding area. elevated railroad. To raise a thing in status, importance or feeling.

/ˈanəˌmādəd/

animated
adjective verb

Being made to appear as actually moving. To give life, energy, or motion to something.

/inˈlīvən/

enlivened
verb

To make lively or spirited.

/əˈlektrəˌfīd/

electrified
adjective verb

charged with electricity. To energize or excite people.

/stər/

stirred
verb

move spoon or other implement round and round in.

/mo͞ov/

moved
verb

To change where people live or a business operates.

/dəˈlīdəd/

delighted
adjective verb

feeling or showing great pleasure. To give someone pleasure or joy.

/iɡˈzo͞ob(ə)rənt/

exuberant
adjective

full of energy and cheerfulness.

/inˈrapCHər/

enraptured
verb

To fill with delight.

/inˈtäksəkādəd/

intoxicated
adjective verb

drunk or under the influence of drugs. To make someone excited.

/ˈfēv(ə)riSH/

feverish
adjective

(Of a person) having a high temperature.

/inˌTH(y)o͞ozēˈastik/

enthusiastic
adjective

having or showing intense and eager enjoyment or approval.

/ˈēɡər/

eager
adjective

Very excited and interested.

What are antonyms of "excited"?
Some common antonyms of "excited" are:
  • indifferent,
  • depressed,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/inˈdif(ə)rənt/

indifferent
adjective

Neutral; not taking sides.

/dəˈprest/

depressed
adjective verb

Feeling sad or miserable. To make someone feel sad or miserable.

Phrases and Idioms that contain "excited"

excited about

Enthusiastic about something, especially in anticipation of participating in it.

Enthusiastic about something, especially in anticipation of participating in it.

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