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  • adj. Of or pertaining to an excitation level with an extremely high level of excess energy, usually equivalent to at least 10 eV per molecule greater than the first potential of ionization
  • adj. Very excited
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of superexcite.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

super- +‎ excited


  • Meanwhile, new dad Burrell and his wife, Holly, are "superexcited" to experience their first Christmas with 10-month-old daughter Frances.

    A Modern Family Christmas

  • In fact, your parents will most likely appreciate your honesty and be superexcited for you.

    The Lo-Down

  • "Facts of Life was appointment television for me, so I was superexcited to meet Natalie — I mean, Mindy," Kelly tells TV Guide Magazine.

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  • His friends were superexcited for him, and his parents were happy that he would be connecting with his family overseas.

    A Country Called AMREEKA

  • I had been superexcited when the guide told our group that we would be waking up at eleven in preparation for the climb to the summit.

    Hope Unseen

  • By lunch I had a good handful, which I of course carried with me to show a superexcited Maya and Andy.

    Pucker Up

  • Mom and I were superexcited, because the magazine had put us in a hotel right in the middle of Times Square.

    It’s Raining Cupcakes

  • I'm superexcited to get to see how it registers when she sees me with Elmo.

    Ellen Pompeo Spends a Day with Elmo

  • Today everyone in the cafeteria was superexcited because MacKenzie was handing out invitations to her big birthday bash.

    Dork Diaries

  • And while I'm superexcited for this series' prospects, I'm even more excited about Micol's novel due out from Flux later this year, So Punk Rock And Other Ways to Disappoint Your Mother, described as the E!

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