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- adv. In an excited manner; .
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an excited manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with excitement; in an excited manner
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Wherever we went, people would stare, take photos with their phones or shout his name excitedly from passing cars.
This, of course, meant that we spent the last four days going into the 5.11 store every day for AFG to run in excitedly and ask, Is it here yet?
When my friend Sarah installed a small flock of chickens in the backyard of her Brooklyn Heights town house, she called excitedly, soliciting advice about everything from coop construction to sanitation.
I actually believed it and turned in excitedly to see him.
The Not Boyfriend rushed in excitedly amidst digging postholes for the new fence.
Juan calls excitedly from the bow of his 18-foot fishing panga, the Caribbean Queen.
Then one day she decided to stop, and she spread the word excitedly saying Guess what!
Sister Ana Marta burst in excitedly, "You found the absolute."
“Come and help us!” he called excitedly to the group of guests.
She called excitedly for Bob, who immediately recognized it for what it was: the blown-apart top of a Wells Fargo strongbox.