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hyperstimulated

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of hyperstimulate.

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Examples

  • "Beijing has continued to successfully use incremental tightening measures to slow the pace of economic growth back to a more sustainable level from last year's hyperstimulated rate," said Andy Rothman,

    China Data Show Moderating Stimulus

  • For the hyperstimulated, "the synaptic mindscape of daily life" becomes all peaks and no valleys.

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  • The fighters and villagers were hyperstimulated and proud.

    A Privilege to Die

  • The force, instead, launched at about 3: 30 in the afternoon, coincidentally when many Somalis were hyperstimulated by the khat they chew to get an amphetamine-like effect.

    Bill Clinton Breaks Silence On 9/11 Docudrama

  • Happiness was mind-blowing excess and hyperstimulated decadence.

    HIGH ON ARRIVAL

  • Salem did well but got really hyperstimulated from the kids being totally in her face the whole time.

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  • Tanenhaus, writing about Chambers on Slate.com after the downgrading, fondly described the two of them as hyperstimulated juveniles competitively wringing obscure meanings out of Chaucer and Eliot and then bruising one another in debates carried over from the classroom to the student union.

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  • Tanenhaus, writing about Chambers on Slate.com after the downgrading, fondly described the two of them as "hyperstimulated juveniles competitively wringing obscure meanings out of Chaucer and Eliot and then bruising one another in debates carried over from the classroom to the student union."

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • During much of the movie she behaves like a rat in a maze, hyperstimulated by constantly buzzing cellphones as she dashes back and forth between Boston and New York to pitch a deal having something to do with retirement funds.

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  • Or even just a 21st-century Starbucks, but filled with people you'd actually like to meet instead of desperate mothers trying to refuel themselves for another 12-hour stint with multiple hyperstimulated toddlers.

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