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Detailed Synonyms for excitement in English

excitement:

excitement [the ~] noun

  1. the excitement
    the excitement; the arousal; the sexual arousal; the physical arousal; the libido; the sexual excitement
  2. the excitement
    the sentiment; the compassion; the feeling; the emotion; the touch; the excitement; the passion
  3. the excitement
    the temperament; the temper; the liveliness; the vivacity; the disposition; the proclivity; the nature; the rush; the excitement; the inclination
  4. the excitement
    the enthusiasm; the excitement
  5. the excitement
    the excitement; the joy; the jubilation; the shouts of joy
  6. the excitement
    – disturbance usually in protest 1
    the turmoil; the excitement; the agitation; the upheaval; the hullabaloo
    – disturbance usually in protest 1
  7. the excitement
    – something that agitates and arouses 1
    the excitement; the excitation
    – something that agitates and arouses 1
  8. the excitement
    – the feeling of lively and cheerful joy 1
    the excitement; the exhilaration
    – the feeling of lively and cheerful joy 1
  9. the excitement
    – the state of being emotionally aroused and worked up 1
    the excitement; the inflammation; the fervour; the excitation; the fervor
    – the state of being emotionally aroused and worked up 1
    • excitement [the ~] noun
      • his face was flushed with excitement and his hands trembled1
    • inflammation [the ~] noun
      • he tried to calm those who were in a state of extreme inflammation1
    • fervour [the ~] noun, British
    • excitation [the ~] noun
    • fervor [the ~] noun, American

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Alternate Synonyms for "excitement":


Related Definitions for "excitement":

  1. disturbance usually in protest1
  2. something that agitates and arouses1
    • he looked forward to the excitements of the day1
  3. the feeling of lively and cheerful joy1
    • he could hardly conceal his excitement when she agreed1
  4. the state of being emotionally aroused and worked up1
    • his face was flushed with excitement and his hands trembled1

excitement form of excite:

to excite verb (excites, excited, exciting)

  1. to excite
    to arouse; to excite; to stir up; to stimulate
    • arouse verb (arouses, aroused, arousing)
    • excite verb (excites, excited, exciting)
    • stir up verb (stirs up, stirred up, stirring up)
    • stimulate verb (stimulates, stimulated, stimulating)
  2. to excite
    to encourage; to arouse; to activate; to stimulate; to excite; to support; to awake
    • encourage verb (encourages, encouraged, encouraging)
    • arouse verb (arouses, aroused, arousing)
    • activate verb (activates, activated, activating)
    • stimulate verb (stimulates, stimulated, stimulating)
    • excite verb (excites, excited, exciting)
    • support verb (supports, supported, supporting)
    • awake verb (awakes, awoke, awaking)
  3. to excite
    to revive; to generate; to activate; reactivate; to rouse; to awake; to excite; to freshen; to recover; to refresh
    • revive verb (revives, revived, reviving)
    • generate verb (generates, generated, generating)
    • activate verb (activates, activated, activating)
    • reactivate verb
    • rouse verb (rouses, roused, rousing)
    • awake verb (awakes, awoke, awaking)
    • excite verb (excites, excited, exciting)
    • freshen verb (freshens, freshened, freshening)
    • recover verb (recovers, recovered, recovering)
    • refresh verb (refreshs, refreshed, refreshing)
  4. to excite
    to incite; to stimulate; to excite; to drive
    • incite verb (incites, incited, inciting)
    • stimulate verb (stimulates, stimulated, stimulating)
    • excite verb (excites, excited, exciting)
    • drive verb (drives, drove, driving)
  5. to excite
    to excite
    • excite verb (excites, excited, exciting)
  6. to excite
    – act as a stimulant 1
    to excite; to stimulate
    – act as a stimulant 1
    • excite verb (excites, excited, exciting)
    • stimulate verb (stimulates, stimulated, stimulating)
      • The book stimulated her imagination1
      • This play stimulates1
  7. to excite
    – produce a magnetic field in 1
    to excite
    – produce a magnetic field in 1
    • excite verb (excites, excited, exciting)
      • excite the neurons1
  8. to excite
    – raise to a higher energy level 1
    to excite; to energize; energise
    – raise to a higher energy level 1
    • excite verb (excites, excited, exciting)
      • excite the atoms1
    • energize verb, American (energizes, energized, energizing)
    • energise verb, British
  9. to excite
    – stir the feelings, emotions, or peace of 1
    to stir; to excite; to shake; to stimulate; to shake up
    – stir the feelings, emotions, or peace of 1
    • stir verb (stirs, stirred, stirring)
    • excite verb (excites, excited, exciting)
    • shake verb (shakes, shook, shaking)
      • These stories shook the community1
      • the civil war shook the country1
    • stimulate verb (stimulates, stimulated, stimulating)
    • shake up verb (shakes up, shook up, shaking up)
  10. to excite
    – stimulate sexually 1
    sex; to arouse; to excite; to wind up; turn on
    – stimulate sexually 1
    • sex verb
    • arouse verb (arouses, aroused, arousing)
      • This movie usually arouses the male audience1
    • excite verb (excites, excited, exciting)
    • wind up verb (winds up, wound up, winding up)
    • turn on verb
  11. to excite
    – cause to be agitated, excited, or roused 1
    to charge; to excite; to agitate; to rouse; turn on; charge up; commove
    – cause to be agitated, excited, or roused 1
    • charge verb (charges, charged, charging)
      • The speaker charged up the crowd with his inflammatory remarks1
    • excite verb (excites, excited, exciting)
    • agitate verb (agitates, agitated, agitating)
    • rouse verb (rouses, roused, rousing)
    • turn on verb
    • charge up verb
    • commove verb
  12. to excite
    – arouse or elicit a feeling 1
    to excite
    – arouse or elicit a feeling 1
    • excite verb (excites, excited, exciting)
  13. to excite
    – stir feelings in 1
    to stir; to excite; to stimulate
    – stir feelings in 1
    • stir verb (stirs, stirred, stirring)
      • stir emotions1
    • excite verb (excites, excited, exciting)
      • excite the audience1
    • stimulate verb (stimulates, stimulated, stimulating)
      • stimulate my appetite1

Conjugations for excite:

present
  1. excite
  2. excite
  3. excites
  4. excite
  5. excite
  6. excite
simple past
  1. excited
  2. excited
  3. excited
  4. excited
  5. excited
  6. excited
present perfect
  1. have excited
  2. have excited
  3. has excited
  4. have excited
  5. have excited
  6. have excited
past continuous
  1. was exciting
  2. were exciting
  3. was exciting
  4. were exciting
  5. were exciting
  6. were exciting
future
  1. shall excite
  2. will excite
  3. will excite
  4. shall excite
  5. will excite
  6. will excite
continuous present
  1. am exciting
  2. are exciting
  3. is exciting
  4. are exciting
  5. are exciting
  6. are exciting
subjunctive
  1. be excited
  2. be excited
  3. be excited
  4. be excited
  5. be excited
  6. be excited
diverse
  1. excite!
  2. let's excite!
  3. excited
  4. exciting
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

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Related Definitions for "excite":

  1. act as a stimulant1
  2. produce a magnetic field in1
    • excite the neurons1
  3. raise to a higher energy level1
    • excite the atoms1
  4. stir the feelings, emotions, or peace of1
  5. stimulate sexually1
  6. cause to be agitated, excited, or roused1
  7. arouse or elicit a feeling1
  8. stir feelings in1
    • excite the audience1

Related Synonyms for excitement