overexcited

adjective
over·​ex·​cit·​ed | \ˌō-vər-ik-ˈsī-təd \

Definition of overexcited 

: excited to an excessive degree overexcited children overexcited neurons an overexcited imagination "Oh, cool!" I said, maybe a little overexcited because I was trying to get him psyched up.— R. J. Palacio

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overexcitedly adverb
… I thought we had all gone mad, for we roared stupidly with laughter and shouted overexcitedly at the completely fantastic sight we saw. — Thor Heyerdahl

First Known Use of overexcited

1856, in the meaning defined above

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