pleasant sensation, stimulation, good feeling, refreshment, titillation, tingle, glow, flush, response, flutter, twitter, inspiration, kick*, bang*, boost*, lift*, wallop*; see also excitement, fun.
animate, inspire, rouse, charge*; see excite 1, 2.
To become excited
tingle, quiver, flutter, pant, glow, vibrate, palpitate, titillate, shiver.
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To move or excite greatly:
A strong, pleasant feeling of excitement or stimulation:
A nervous shaking of the body:
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