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- n. The quality of being excitable, excitability.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. being easily excited.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. being easily excited
The half-breed had not much excitableness in his nature, but when he saw this beautiful woman with a touch of the Indian in her contour, his pale face flushed, and he showed his set teeth under his slight moustache.
They might even sometimes excite readers who possessed an adjustable "tally" of excitableness.
Her own unsatisfied nature, her excitableness, her openness to all influences from the external world, and her incapacity for supplying her needs in any approximate degree from inward resources; her consequent changeableness, moodiness, and dependency -- were all unfavourable influences upon an invalid who loved her.
I'll gladly share the excitableness of the moment.
“Just so, sir,” returns Mr. Snagsby; “I was sure you would feel it yourself and would excuse the reasonableness of MY feelings when coupled with the known excitableness of my little woman.
"Just so, sir," returns Mr. Snagsby; "I was sure you would feel it yourself and would excuse the reasonableness of MY feelings when coupled with the known excitableness of my little woman.