Examples of excitement in a Sentence
Our excitement was building as the end of the game approached.
His hands shook with excitement.
The child cried out in excitement.
a trip filled with excitement and adventure
She talked about the excitements of her new life.
This job loses its excitement after a while.
Recent Examples of excitement from the Web
For all the excitement, there are worrying signs that the PyeongChang Games are running into trouble.
In this form of impulsivity, the excitement of impulsive urges overshadows the potential to learn from bad experience.
Eight years ago, The Capital Bar helped kick off the excitement in the corridor bordered by West Sevenh Street, University Drive and Lancaster Avenue that has morphed into Fort Worth's most popular nightlife destination.
But as the excitement around caramel waned at the turn of the century, Hershey was already onto the next big thing: chocolate.
Six games into the season is early, but it shouldn’t be dismissed as too soon for excitement.
Halloween is a cherished tradition but the excitement of the night can cause children to get into trouble.
Much of the excitement came from a superb performance by the luminous Italian soprano Rosa Feola, making her Lyric debut as Gilda, the virginal daughter of the title character, a bitterly angry jester in the court of the libertine Duke of Mantua.
The air is crisp, and there's added excitement with the holidays just around the corner.
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First Known Use of excitement
Synonymsprovocation, incitation, incitement, instigation
Related Wordsencouragement, galvanization, goad, incentive, inducement, jog, prod, spur, stimulant, stimulation, stimulus; enticement, lure; induction, inspiration, motivation; aggravation, annoyance, bother, exasperation, frustration, hassle, headache, irritant, nuisance, peeve, pest
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Definition of excitement for Students
- The game was filled with excitement.
- The children squealed in excitement.
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