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.
"Nerves and anxiety, overexcitement, I don't know what it was," catcher James McCann said.
As the latest teenage sensation to emerge from our game, expect all of the usual outpouring of hysterical overexcitement.
It gives folk confidence but there wasn't any overexcitement in the celebrations in the dressing room after the Dunfermline game.
These folks stay in a perpetual state of overexcitement about a tech leapfrog for Africa the idea that we will go from zero to hundred powered by our new enthusiasm for all things digital.
For a dog who is triggered by overexcitement or anxiety, teaching him to settle on a mat and then reinforcing it throughout the day so he is less overall excitable can help.
Mickey Mouse unintentionally made a fan keel over from overexcitement after she received a long 'kiss' from the Walt Disney mascot.
You can see why Modric might define that as arrogance - although if he knows Ferdinand, he would probably be aware it was merely overexcitement.
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.
KSS is used to treat symptoms including depression, anger, irritation, headaches, flushed complexion associated with the autonomic nervous system, overexcitement, blushing, and chronic insomnia [19].
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.