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hyperstimulated

Definitions

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  • verb 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's Fast Rise in Bank Lending, Investment Slows

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

    Lost in Electronica

  • "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

  • "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

  • The fighters and villagers were hyperstimulated and proud.

    A Privilege to Die

  • "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's Fast Rise in Bank Lending, Investment Slows

  • Happiness was mind-blowing excess and hyperstimulated decadence.

    HIGH ON ARRIVAL

  • Happiness was mind-blowing excess and hyperstimulated decadence.

    HIGH ON ARRIVAL

  • Happiness was mind-blowing excess and hyperstimulated decadence.

    HIGH ON ARRIVAL

  • 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

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