Excited synonyms

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(Archaic) Sharp; keen
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Having or showing enthusiasm; ardent
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Full of keen anticipation or excitement; eager.
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Extremely excited or delighted.
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Brought to a state of great tension
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The definition of frantic is being overcome or wild with emotion or need for action or something done with desperation or in a hurried manner.
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Appearing to be in flames; as if made of fire.
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Being or feeling high or intoxicated, especially from a drug.
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Elaborate; overdone.
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Very disturbed or excited
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Red in the face because of embarrassment, exertion, etc.
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(Psychiatry) Relating to hysteria. No longer in clinical use.
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Highly pleased; happy
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Never or almost never quiet or still; always active or inclined to action
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Exhibiting signs and symptoms of indigestion:
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Indicative of or resulting from anger:
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The definition of distraught is someone that is very troubled, confused or has gone crazy.
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In a condition or state of stimulation.
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Very great; intense
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Unable to give proper attention to or concentrate on, as because of mental disturbance, anxiety, etc.
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Troubled, irritated by something unwanted or unliked; vexed.
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(Linguistics) Enunciated with taut muscles, as the sound (ē) in keen.
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In a state of hurry, panic or wild activity.
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The definition of agitated is someone who is very distressed or troubled.
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The definition of feverish describes someone whose temperature is too high, or someone who is greatly excited or has high energy.
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To cause to develop or progress more quickly:
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To fire or activate by pulling or pressing a trigger
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To fill with great surprise or sudden wonder; astonish
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The definition of astound is to shock, surprise or amaze.
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To settle or adjust; reconcile:
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Disturbed; flustered.
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(entertainment/advertising jargon): on the edge between acceptable and offensive; pushing the boundaries of good taste; dodgy
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Wildly excited
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(Psychiatry) Having, characterized by, or like mania
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(Figuratively) Full of praise.
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Heated to the point that it glows with a visible red color.
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Confused, befuddled, in a state of panic by having become overwrought with confusion.
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Having ruffles.
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Elaborate action or maneuvers designed to deceive an opponent, as in a sports contest.
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(Colloquial) Very emotional or excited, positively or negatively, regarding something.
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To cause to become more active:
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To melt something, such as metal or glass, by heating.
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Emotionally or mentally disturbed
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Of such surpassing brilliance or excellence as to suggest divine inspiration:
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Exposed to the wind and sea; unsheltered.
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Easily startled
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Characterized by intense activity or agitation; feverish:
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Close to a successful solution or conclusion:
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The act of instigating, or the state of being instigated; incitement; especially to evil or wickedness.
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Empty and tiresome speculation.
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To calm or soothe (a feeling, such as anger).
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To be the cause of or reason for; result in.
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Emotionally affected; touched.
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Having or marked by keen interest and enthusiasm:
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The definition of passionate is having or showing strong feelings, strong emotions or a strong sexual desire.
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In a state of indecision. Flustered
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(Idiomatic) Excessively emotional, excited, aroused or angry.
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To supply with energy, especially electricity. To turn on power to something.
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To bring into disorder or disarray
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To stimulate by touching lightly; tickle.
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To put spurs on; as, a spurred boot.
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(Mathematics) To mark with a prime mark.
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To catch fire
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To give life or energy to.
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To provoke and urge on:
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Foment is defined as to cause trouble, or to treat the skin with warm water or lotions.
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To start or tend a fire in:
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Elicit is defined as to reveal information or to act.
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To cause electricity to pass through; to affect by electricity; to give an electric shock to.
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To upset the composure of; embarrass; confuse
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To become aware of something:
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To give motion to; put into action
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To push, drive, or move forward; propel
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To get the admiration, attention, etc. of; allure
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To catch fire.
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To affect with irregular and involuntary muscular contractions; throw into convulsions.
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The definition of instigate is to start something or cause something to happen.
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(Intransitive, meteorology) To have water in the air fall to the ground, for example as rain, snow, sleet, or hail; be deposited as condensed droplets.
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(Physics) To produce (an electric current or a magnetic charge) by induction.
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(Now Chiefly Dial.) To cause to start, or move involuntarily; startle
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To enlarge; to make bigger.
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To become intense or increase in intensity
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To load to capacity; fill:
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Bother is defined as annoy, worry, or cause discomfort.
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So as to be warm; warmly
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To lower the temperature of something; to cool.
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To move along in a bumpy, jerky manner
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To startle or unsettle; shock:
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To worry is defined as to feel anxiety or nervousness.
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To say in a playful or mocking way:
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To stimulate as if by electric shock; rouse; stir; spur
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To cause (someone) to go mad; drive to madness.
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The definition of infuriate is to make someone really mad.
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Pique is defined as to arouse someone's interest, curiosity or resentment.
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To cause to feel happily refreshed and energetic; elate:
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(Intransitive) To become angry.
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To cause to move in a certain direction.
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To move or inspire by suggestion
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To poke, to push, to touch.
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(Farriery) To drive a nail into (a horse's foot), so as to cause lameness.
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To cause to be enthusiastic:
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(Intransitive) To feel smothered etc.
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To force (one's way), as through a crowd
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To preside over (something) as a moderator
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(Intransitive) To calm down.
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To make or become calm or quiet:
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(Psychology) To exclude something such as painful or disturbing memories automatically or unconsciously from the conscious mind.
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In a quiet manner
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To cause to rest by soothing influences; to compose; to calm; to soothe; to quiet.
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To lessen the vigor, intensity, or liveliness of; dull
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Excessively heated
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Lacking a sense of security; anxious or apprehensive:
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(Informal) Having the jitters
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Under the influence of a mind-altering drug.
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In a state of nervousness or anxiety.
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Mechanically enhanced for high performance; souped-up.
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(Colloquial) Excessively concerned with rules and order.
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Excited or agitated; heated up.
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Not interested; indifferent; listless
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Not particularly good or bad, large or small, right or wrong, etc.; fair, average, etc.
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(Music) Describing a passage having this mark.
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(Postpositive) twittering
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(Informal) Unrestrained, as with enthusiasm or appetite; wild:
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The definition of ecstatic is in a state of great delight or joy.
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Giving off gas bubbles; bubbling up; foaming
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Extremely happy and excited; delighted; pleased.
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Exciting or tending to excite
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(Of people) Very high-spirited; extremely energetic and enthusiastic.
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Wildly excited or active; frantic; frenzied.
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Silly; crazy.
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Provided with a heater
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Capable of being ignited; able to burn.
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Of or relating to the orgasm
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Having to do with or resembling an orgy
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Tending to provoke or stimulate.
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The definition of skittish is jumpy or easy to frighten.
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(Biochemistry) An alternative name for epinephrine; the hormone and neurotransmitter.
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Examination or consideration of a subject in controversy, or of a plan proposed for adoption; earnest discussion; debate.
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(Archaic) alarm
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A hormone secreted by the adrenal medulla that is released into the bloodstream in response to physical or mental stress, as from fear or injury. It initiates many bodily responses, including the stimulation of heart action and an increase in blood pressure, metabolic rate, and blood glucose concentration.
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The act or an instance of exciting.
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A snap or light blow made by pressing a fingertip against the thumb and suddenly releasing it.
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A lotion, compress, etc. so applied
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Uproar; enthusiastic anger.
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(Uncountable) The condition of being ignitable.
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Something that incites.
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A call to act; encouragement to act, often in an illegal fashion.
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A frenzy; great excitement; esp., the climax of sexual excitement, as in intercourse, normally accompanied in the male by ejaculation
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A carrying away or being carried away in body or spirit
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(Pathology) A seizure.
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A ship, airplane, train, etc. used to transport soldiers, freight, etc.
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To thrill, startle greatly, or shock:
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To show energy; be active
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The definition of galvanize is to inspire or stimulate someone to act, or to apply an electric current.
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To be affected by inflammation.
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Invigorate is defined as to give strength or energy, or to instill with excitement and energy.
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Pique is defined as to arouse someone's interest, curiosity or resentment.
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To produce an excessive flow of saliva in
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To rouse to action or increased activity; excite:
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To stir or mix a liquid or mixture:
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To stimulate or excite pleasantly
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Without wind or motion; still; quiet
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Without warmth or enthusiasm; showing cool lack of concern; casually indifferent
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Unaffected by disturbance; calm or peaceful:
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Free from disturbance or agitation; calm, serene, peaceful, placid, etc.
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Lacking or done without inspiration or enthusiasm:
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Arousing or intended to arouse the emotions:
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(Nonstandard) Not excited.
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Experiencing a prickling sensation, as from excitement; being in a state of tingling.
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Roughly-made, unsophisticated, decrepit (from the use of haywire for temporary repairs).
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Not enthused.
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The definition of laid back is someone or something that is casual, calm and often unpretentious.
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Alternative spelling of easygoing.
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(of e.g. a molecule) made reactive or more reactive
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Wildly confused or excited.
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Full of or characterized by tumult; wild and noisy; uproarious
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Filled with or characterized by great joy or rapture; ecstatic.
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Engaging in rioting or inciting to riot
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