Definition of Excitements

1. Noun. (plural of excitement) ¹



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Definition of Excitements

1. excitement [n] - See also: excitement

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Excitements

excitatory junction potential
excitatory postsynaptic potential
excitatory postsynaptic potentials
excitatory synapse
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exciteable
exciteableness
excited
excited atom
excited catatonia
excited state
excited states
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exciteful
excitement
excitements (current term)
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excitingness
excitive
excitives
excito-motion
excito-nutrient

Literary usage of Excitements

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1. Mining in the Pacific States of North America by John Shertzer Hittell (1862)
"Mining excitements. I 20. There have been a number of excitements in California, about rich diggings reported $o exist in places not previously occupied by ..."

2. The Female Prose Writers of America: With Portraits, Biographical Notices by John Seely Hart (1866)
"EFFECT OF excitements. STRONG excitements have an unfavourable effect upon the ... But the effect of these excitements was apparent when he was taken to his ..."

3. The Overland Monthly by Bret Harte (1869)
"THE MINING excitements OF CALIFORNIA. /"CALIFORNIA was born of a min- V^x mg excitement. Marshall picked up the first piece of gold at Sutler's Mill, ..."

4. Lectures, Illustrated and Embellished with Views of the World's Famous by John Lawson Stoddard (1897)
"What marvel that her vast antiquity and changeless calm possess a power, like that of fabled Lethe, to render us forgetful of the feverish excitements of ..."

5. A History of Illinois, from Its Commencement as a State in 1818 to 1847 by Thomas Ford, James Shields (1854)
"... calling the posse—The matter adjusted—Mormon vote in 1846—New excitements- New writs sworn out—The posse again—The new citizens petition for protection- ..."

6. John L. Stoddard's Lectures by John Lawson Stoddard (1897)
"... feverish excitements of the western world, and from her silent and enduring monuments to teach us the littleness of gods and men? ..."

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