I only take on work that excites me, even if it means turning down lots of money. [VERB noun]
We'd not been excited by anything for about three years. [VERB noun]
Where the show really excites is in the display of avant-garde photography. [VERB]
By all accounts, the monarchy does not excite strong feelings among the majority of Romanians. [VERB noun]
Daniel's early exposure to motor racing did not excite his interest. [VERB noun]
Reports of the plot of this unusual film tend to excite revulsion. [VERB noun]
Don't try exciting your partner with dirty magazines. [VERB noun with noun]
She makes you feel warm and comfortable, and maybe a little excited.
...a sexually exciting thought.
The amount of nicotine in these nicotine substitutes can be enough to excite the heart. [VERB noun]
...when an electron drops from an excited state to a less excited state.
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