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  • v. Present participle of overexcite.


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  • For a main I have veal, which is well cooked and tender without being overexciting.

    Restaurant: The Mulberry Tree, Boughton Monchelsea, Kent

  • Seeing Metropolis was a teensy overexciting, and so was seeing that silver metal superwoman, even if the plot destroyed her at the end.

    Silver Zombie

  • A school is nothing nowadays -- just by itself alone, I mean -- it's only a part of a city's life -- which for most tenement children is either very dull and hard, or cheap and false and overexciting.

    His Family

  • What is the danger from overexciting the emotions without giving them a proper outlet in some practical activity?

    The Mind and Its Education

  • Griffith and the other staff at the center teach the mothers in the program how to engage their babies without overexciting them.

    Chicago Reader

  • "Given the abuse directed at the news media on hand at a recent Palin rally in Florida, including the black network sound man told to 'sit down, boy' (among the more printable names), the Alaska governor may want to think twice about overexciting the old base of George Wallace's 1968 run for president -- though it is not clear that she has his political self-awareness."

    Political Cortex

  • In this letter, she cautioned Governor Palin about "overexciting the old base of George Wallace's 1968 run for President ...

    Rep. John Lewis Compares McCain To George Wallace

  • Two types of cells that act as part of the brain’s immune-system response to help heal brain injury and infection may also cause chronic epileptic seizures by overexciting nearby neurons, according to a study in Brain.

    For Women With Migraines There May Be a Silver Lining

  • "You can look at it, and statistically speaking it wasn't overexciting if you want to call it that. rss feed


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