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- adj. Excessively excited
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of overexcite.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Excessively excited.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. unduly excited
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Now, wielding Occam's Razor, as we are so often required to do when the right side of the aisle gets overexcited, which is more likely: a deliberate deception, despite the fact that the audio recording of the hearing can be downloaded from the CHRC CHRT and has legal precedence over the transcript in case of any discrepancies?
I get kind of overexcited when people are talking about battle and I have a chance to adopt a werewolf identity.
"She was a little overexcited and playful in the first few days, so she may have overdone it," said Cracknell.
My only complaint is when Dad gets overexcited in these conversations and talks several times too loud -- pretty embarrassing for a teenager.
The NFL and the press got overexcited about black quarterbacks around a decade ago as the Quarterbacks of the Future.
I have never been one of those people who gets overexcited by award ceremonies.
Taitz, who believes that the Federal Emergency Management Agency is building internment camps to house anti-Obama activists and that Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez controls the software that runs American voting machines, makes for undeniably good television: She looks like a young Carol Channing, sounds like an overexcited Zsa Zsa Gabor, and has the ability to make absurd accusations with a completely straight face.
An overexcited wilderness explorer named Russell joins him.
When things get overexcited here, you might end up standing on the DJ's toes – the main booth is in the middle of a very small dancefloor.
Don't get overexcited about these shuttle launches.