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overstimulate

(ˌəʊvəˈstɪmjʊˌleɪt)
vb (tr)
to stimulate too much

overstimulate


Past participle: overstimulated
Gerund: overstimulating

Imperative
overstimulate
overstimulate
Present
I overstimulate
you overstimulate
he/she/it overstimulates
we overstimulate
you overstimulate
they overstimulate
Preterite
I overstimulated
you overstimulated
he/she/it overstimulated
we overstimulated
you overstimulated
they overstimulated
Present Continuous
I am overstimulating
you are overstimulating
he/she/it is overstimulating
we are overstimulating
you are overstimulating
they are overstimulating
Present Perfect
I have overstimulated
you have overstimulated
he/she/it has overstimulated
we have overstimulated
you have overstimulated
they have overstimulated
Past Continuous
I was overstimulating
you were overstimulating
he/she/it was overstimulating
we were overstimulating
you were overstimulating
they were overstimulating
Past Perfect
I had overstimulated
you had overstimulated
he/she/it had overstimulated
we had overstimulated
you had overstimulated
they had overstimulated
Future
I will overstimulate
you will overstimulate
he/she/it will overstimulate
we will overstimulate
you will overstimulate
they will overstimulate
Future Perfect
I will have overstimulated
you will have overstimulated
he/she/it will have overstimulated
we will have overstimulated
you will have overstimulated
they will have overstimulated
Future Continuous
I will be overstimulating
you will be overstimulating
he/she/it will be overstimulating
we will be overstimulating
you will be overstimulating
they will be overstimulating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been overstimulating
you have been overstimulating
he/she/it has been overstimulating
we have been overstimulating
you have been overstimulating
they have been overstimulating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been overstimulating
you will have been overstimulating
he/she/it will have been overstimulating
we will have been overstimulating
you will have been overstimulating
they will have been overstimulating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been overstimulating
you had been overstimulating
he/she/it had been overstimulating
we had been overstimulating
you had been overstimulating
they had been overstimulating
Conditional
I would overstimulate
you would overstimulate
he/she/it would overstimulate
we would overstimulate
you would overstimulate
they would overstimulate
Past Conditional
I would have overstimulated
you would have overstimulated
he/she/it would have overstimulated
we would have overstimulated
you would have overstimulated
they would have overstimulated
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For decades parents have relied on carpets or overstimulating 'puzzle mats' to create a buffer between little explorers and the hard ground.
Hyperthyroidism, an overactive thyroid which is producing too much thyroid hormone which is overstimulating your metabolism.
"She is barely able to have visitors at all as the interaction - even if it's just two people talking in her room - is far too overstimulating and causes her symptoms to worsen.
* Are we overstimulating campers, unintentionally pushing them into faster, emotional, impulsive ways of thinking and behaving?
"If you have colorful storage filled with colorful objects," Morgenstern says, "it can be visually overstimulating."
Choose toys that are not overstimulating and encourage children to use their imaginations.
Jurist welcomes emotions in all of their complexity--how they manifest themselves (for better or worse) in everyday life, and especially in psychotherapy, and how people might cultivate their use without overstimulating their ability to fathom them.
Brunello Cucinelli is a source of calm in the often overstimulating fashion scene.
In addition, because many of the deadlier spider venoms produce their toxic effects by overstimulating the production of brain signaling molecules, this research may uncover novel tools for neuroscience research.
A little like the nuanced debate over the function of inflammation in the healing process, we might conclude that a.) in essence, fructose is overstimulating the hormone, which because it is overstimulated is the cause of the weight gain, or b.) the hormone is simply a biomarker indicating the good fight is on to get rid of the unneeded fructose.
Now a team funded by the National Institutes of Health has found that human gliomas implanted in mice release excess levels of the brain chemical glutamate, overstimulating neurons near the tumor and triggering seizures.
In cocaine abuse, for example, the drug alters the flow of dopamine by blocking its retrieval, flooding the brain and overstimulating the receptors, eventually leading to physical changes in the way the brain responds to the drug.