overexcitement

overexcitement

(ˌəʊvərɪkˈsaɪtmənt)
n
the state of being excessively excited or in a state of too strong emotion
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overexcitement

[ˌəʊvərɪkˈsaɪtmənt] Nsobre(e)xcitación f
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That intensity of light, the physiological troubles which had arisen in him, the overexcitement of all his moral and quarrelsome faculties-- he understood all.
Rufinamide is believed to exert its antiepileptic effects by regulating activity of voltage-gated sodium channels in the brain involved in the overexcitement of neurons that potentially causes seizures, so as to prolong their inactive state.
The "romantic" to them was a synonym of unhealthy overexcitement concealing inactivity, exhaustion, and barrenness, or of hubris and concomitant confusion, engendering a dangerous drift away from reality.
To deflect my overexcitement, I asked her if men still approach her and admit their infatuation with her, just like I did.
But a morbid overexcitement dissembling an inward consumptive process-- a decrease of genuine power and of recuperative faculty--will not be slow to follow, and in due course will again yield its place to manifest drabness, inertia, and mental drought.
Overexcitement, or kindling, of this brain region may directly cause a seizure if there is sufficient neurological damage.
The next few days are a perfect combination of the kids being off and the tree being up, without the panic and overexcitement of the 23rd and 24th or the toys-and-turkey-induced hysteria of the day itself.
In the eyes of Neill and other proponents of contrarian speculation, market rhythms usually reflect the masses' overexcitement or unsubstantiated pessimism (which arises from a fear of losing), rather than the true value of, for instance, stocks.
Hunter noise, bad wind direction choices and overexcitement definitely have saved countless big bucks over the years, and they've caused quite a bit of heartache for just as many unsuccessful hunters.
For me, concerned about that heady mix of jet lag, overexcitement, queues and endless soft toy shopping, I feared it could turn into a total nightmare.
But I made a mispronunciation because of overexcitement," DanyE- said.