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- adj. In a condition or state of stimulation.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of stimulate.
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- adj. emotionally aroused
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Research does show that children can naturally absorb the pronunciation and rhythm of another language (prior to about age 13) and that learning new languages keeps your brain stimulated when you get older.
The fact of the matter is Palin stimulated debate.
Unfortunately, the economy being stimulated is China's.
Report deep brain stimulated mind control? oh pshaw ... musicians have been doing this since before pythagoras!
It kept my brain stimulated because as you know, tuna or any type of fish is brain food and all of the veggies didn't leave me with an overburdened stomach or a feeling of "blahness" as most other foods would have.
I like thinking that Gin stimulated the creation of Libraries.
Watch for warning signs that your child be getting over stimulated or have a code word that you and your child understand that it's time to leave.
As I have said, repeatedly, in various fora: top down doesn’t work well, jobs need to be stimulated from the bottom up!
You become engaged, you lean forward, you feel stimulated, which is ideal for creative expression.
A soccer game can certainly be thrown by a bad call stimulated by an acting job.
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