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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of overexcite.

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Examples

  • Second, small partially digested food proteins, called peptides, from gluten and casein can act to disturb the normal neurotransmitter function in the brain, and third, they can act as “excitotoxins,” increasing glutamate an excitatory neurotransmitter and creating a chain reaction that overexcites, injures, inflames and ultimately kills brain cells.

    The UltraMind Solution

  • Overactivation of this receptor by glutamate is implicated in many psychiatric disorders.8 Glutamate is called an excitotoxin a substance which overexcites and kills or damages brain cells.

    The UltraMind Solution

  • True wit relaxes, the author argues implicitly; it never overexcites.

    A Royal Appetite for Books

  • True wit relaxes, the author argues implicitly; it never overexcites.

    A Royal Appetite for Books

  • Does this count as "bristling" as Lane has it, or is this just real debate, and it overexcites us because we don't get to see enough of it?

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • This excessive current overexcites the generator and results in high overvoltages.

    1. Synchronous generator

  • With them no introspective [greek] cnzhi seauton overexcites the consciousness of self.

    The Soul of the Far East

  • I want to indicate to you a new sensation, possible only to intelligent men -- let us say even very intelligent men -- dangerous, like everything else that overexcites our organs, but exquisite.

    Original Short Stories — Volume 11

  • I want to indicate to you a new sensation, possible only to intelligent men -- let us say even very intelligent men -- dangerous, like everything else that overexcites our organs, but exquisite.

    Complete Original Short Stories of Guy De Maupassant

  • I want to indicate to you a new sensation, only possible to intelligent men, let us say even very intelligent men, dangerous, like everything that overexcites our organs, but exquisite.

    The Works of Guy de Maupassant, Volume VIII.

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