Definition of Overexcites

1. Verb. (third-person singular of overexcite) ¹



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Definition of Overexcites

1. overexcite [v] - See also: overexcite

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overexcites

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

Literary usage of Overexcites

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1. Mental pathology and therapeutics by Wilhelm Griesinger (1882)
"... which often accompanies the depressing emotions, which overexcites the brain, and lowers the nutrition. ..."

2. Handbook of Therapy by Oliver Thomas Osborne, Morris Fishbein, Jerome Henry Salisbury (1915)
"... should rarely be administered as a medicament, as either irritates the gastro-intestinal canal, overexcites the glandular system, especially the liver, ..."

3. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1827)
"Thus arrested and accumulated, it becomes an irritant, acts in the manner of foreign bodies, overexcites the part mechanically, or in some more obscure way, ..."

4. Headaches: Their Nature, Causes, and Treatment by William Henry Day (1880)
"... and there is an excess of blood in the system, or it is propelled with an increased activity, which overexcites the cerebral tissues and causes pain. ..."

5. The Sexual Question: A Scientific, Psychological, Hygenic and Sociological Study by Auguste Forel (1908)
"There are young people so modest that the simple thought of sexual matters overexcites them terribly. By associating their own erotic feelings, ..."

6. The Diseases of the Stomach by William Ward Van Valzah, James Douglas Nisbet (1898)
"... particularly by sexual excesses and abuses, and by unsatisfied sexual excitement, exhausts and overexcites in a marked manner the abdominal sympathetic. ..."

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