overexcitable

overexcitable

(ˌəʊvərɪkˈsaɪtəbəl)
adj
too excitable
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There continue to be calls for highprofile matches to be shown on terrestrial TV - as the World Cup final was when Sky shared it with C4 - though I'm glad Channel 5's overexcitable and over-anxious Mark Nicholas could only be heard on that station's highlights programme, once England had triumphed.
But things move on, and thus we had Beatrice Parma as Maggie Hobson and Lachlan Monaghan giving us as an overexcitable Will - not quite the right balance perhaps.
Mr Kerr's overexcitable press release last year, claiming he was saving Babcock jobs at Forthside cannot be forgiven.
If anything, Del Toro's overexcitable ambition muddied the focus, while the sequel plays more like the solidly entertaining A-list B-movie we all wanted the first time.
CHOICE Jack Whitehall The Royal Variety Performance ITV, 7.30pm Jack Whitehall played a teacher in Bad Education, and now he might have to keep a group of overexcitable teenagers in line for real.
THE ROYAL VARIETY PERFORMANCE (Tuesday, ITV, 7.30pm) JACK WHITEHALL played a teacher in Bad Education, and now he might have to keep a group of overexcitable teenagers in line for real.
She is over 40 and having her rst child with her partner, the overexcitable Gary.
Yvonne is over 40 and having her first child with her partner, the overexcitable Gary.
When the Wearsider did finally come on, he needed just three deliveries to remove an overexcitable Will Porterfield and end his 132-run stand with Jonathan Trott, who would also perish in the final hour.
From his constant wrangling with his three overexcitable ospring to his harried work life, one can't help but feel sorry for 50-year-old Brockman.
It will be a big asset once she learns to maintain the kind of intensity that occasionally raises the spirits of the overexcitable British public.
ENGLAND boss Roy Hodgson has defended rookie Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain against the charge of being "overexcitable" on Saturday against Belgium.