Definition of Overexcite

1. v. t. To excite too much.



Definition of Overexcite

1. Verb. To excite to an excessive degree ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Overexcite

1. [v -CITED, -CITING, -CITES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overexcite

overestimating
overestimation
overestimations
overestimator
overestimators
overevaluation
overevaluations
overexaggerate
overexaggerated
overexaggerates
overexaggerating
overexamined
overexcitability
overexcitable
overexcitation
overexcite (current term)
overexcited
overexcitement
overexcites
overexciting
overexercise
overexercised
overexercises
overexercising
overexert
overexert oneself
overexerted
overexerting
overexertion
overexertions

Literary usage of Overexcite

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1. Alzheimer's Disease: Unraveling the Mystery by Caroline McNeil (1997)
"If it is produced in higher-than-normal levels, it can overexcite a neuron, driving in too much calcium. Moreover, glutamate can be dangerous to a neuron ..."

2. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1902)
"... of all kinds of muscular effort must be insisted upon; gentle exercise alone should be permitted. When the condition has been induced by overexcite- ..."

3. Poet Lore (1898)
"Besides, short of a prolonged time, absence would be as likely to overexcite the fancy of the young girl as to calm it; and, with all I knew of her ..."

4. Modern Theories of Criminality by Constancio Bernaldo de QuirĂ³s, Alfonso de Salvio (1911)
"... life is to overexcite the nervous system, while rural life calms it and feeds the muscles at the expense of the nerves. Civilization, in this sense, ..."

5. The Philippine Islands, 1493-1803: Explorations by Early Navigators by Edward Gaylord Bourne, James Alexander Robertson, Emma Helen Blair (1907)
"... neither have we any influence over the press; we do not possess a nucleus of attached partisans to shout for us and overexcite so-called public opinion: ..."

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