hyperexcited

hyperexcited

(ˌhaɪpərɪkˈsaɪtɪd)
adj
showing excessive excitement
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I stepped through the stage door and explored what dames, dastardly queens and hard-working crews get up to behind the glitz and glamour of the Snow White set at the Edwardian theatre - all with a backdrop of hyperexcited schoolchildren in the audience, the sound of which permeated through the maze-like corridors from beyond the safety curtain.
In Manila on that day, I had just arrived from an arduous drive from work when I was summoned by a hyperexcited friend on the phone to turn on the TV immediately.
Infants with CZS and microcephaly are irritable, are hyperexcited to external stimuli, and retain some primitive reflexes, so they will always be a difficult population to evaluate, in particular using FEES, which can trigger irritability and crying and interfere with the evaluation of penetration, aspiration, or both, especially in the first few months of life.
These pathways become hyperexcited, which often exites other neurons close by that would normally not respond if the area did not stay excited.
Every person he encountered he produced the same hyperexcited "Hello", as if they were a long-lost best friend.
The University of Michigan research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences this month suggests the brain becomes over-stimulated and hyperexcited in unusual circumstances like near death.
The naked god with fiery cheeks, that is, springs from the protagonist's hyperexcited psyche, not from the realistic metier of the story itself.
When you drink in a certain setting, your central nervous system begins to anticipate receiving alcohol whenever you enter that setting, so it might become hyperexcited and counter some of alcohol's effects, he added.
Silverstone, who's hyperexcited about her baby bump, seems to have hit the nail right on the head.
You can start making plans for a lasting exercise routine right away, even when your client is still in a hyperexcited pre-exercise phase.
You give an Alzheimer's patient 50 mg of Benadryl and they're up all night confused, or they get hyperexcited.