Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Having or exhibiting hyperkinesia or hyperactivity.
  • adjective Wildly fast-paced or excited; frenetic.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Relating to or characterized by hyperkinesis.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Of or pertaining to hyperkinesis.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Of, relating to, or affected with hyperkinesis or hyperactivity.

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Examples

  • THERE is one kind of energy discharger that we may call the hyperkinetic, controlled practical type.

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  • Our own extensive investigations, as well as those of several other researchers, have failed to uncover clear evidence of brain damage in many of our "hyperkinetic" children.

    Hyperkinetic Kids (cont'd)

  • He suggests, for example, that the prevalence of the "hyperkinetic" disorder in boys may be due to the fact that female teachers do not cope wisely with "appropriately boyish" behavior.

    Hyperkinetic Kids (cont'd)

  • My colleagues and I have studied over 200 "hyperkinetic" children during the past seven years and I believe that we and other investigators have at least partial answers to some of the questions Mr. Holt raises.

    Hyperkinetic Kids (cont'd)

  • Until solid evidence is available on all of these questions we can only trust that physicians and educators will approach the problems of "hyperkinetic" children with patience and caution.

    Hyperkinetic Kids (cont'd)

  • He is quite correct in suspecting that the term "hyperkinetic" is a somewhat loose one.

    Hyperkinetic Kids (cont'd)

  • Maybe I should say Oompa-Loompa-like, because the Show Room is definitely more "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" than "The Wizard of Oz," a Tim Burton landscape of exposed brick and ductwork, scuffed and tufted furniture sometimes too doll-sized to be comfortable and the kind of hyperkinetic playfulness we'll need to survive the apocalypse.

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  • Maybe I should say Oompa-Loompa-like, because the Show Room is definitely more "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" than "The Wizard of Oz," a Tim Burton landscape of exposed brick and ductwork, scuffed and tufted furniture sometimes too doll-sized to be comfortable and the kind of hyperkinetic playfulness we'll need to survive the apocalypse.

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  • Maybe I should say Oompa-Loompa-like, because the Show Room is definitely more "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" than "The Wizard of Oz," a Tim Burton landscape of exposed brick and ductwork, scuffed and tufted furniture sometimes too doll-sized to be comfortable and the kind of hyperkinetic playfulness we'll need to survive the apocalypse.

    Austin360 - XL Headlines

  • Maybe I should say Oompa-Loompa-like, because the Show Room is definitely more "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" than "The Wizard of Oz," a Tim Burton landscape of exposed brick and ductwork, scuffed and tufted furniture sometimes too doll-sized to be comfortable and the kind of hyperkinetic playfulness we'll need to survive the apocalypse.

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