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.
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.
The four most common causes of imbalance in the Middle Burner are improper eating, mental overstimulation, emotional overexcitement, and improper timing of vaccinations.
It is believed to exert its effect by regulating the activity of voltage-gated sodium channels in the brain involved in the overexcitement of neurons that potentially causes seizures.
With his overexcitement about the city and the unequivocal persistence that its rising small neighbor is nothing, a shell without a soul, a sand castle waiting for the next wave to wipe it out, you cannot help but to wonder, is he really seeing what we are all seeing, or I would assume, most of us at least do?
Undoubtedly, it will have an influence, but the manner in which it has been discussed and portrayed in the media shows a certain degree of hype and overexcitement.
Whether the cause is indigestion, fever, or merely overexcitement,
YOU'RE probably tired of hearing the many superlatives applied to Skyrim since it launched in 2011, but RPG fans could be forgiven for a little overexcitement as they await the launch of the most complete Elder Scrolls V package yet.
Muranka, a Bradford fan said: "I'll speak to them as near to kick-off as possible and try to reinforce the message not to let emotion such as fear or overexcitement get in the way of performance.
The latter, an infusion of rich voice effects from the English tradition proves remarkably flexible, delivering train rhythms ("when I say sicily you think mafia"), dance rhythms (the "tarantella" poems), and, with the addition of unpunctuated intrusions, the electrical overexcitement of "Seizure.