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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishexcitableex‧cit‧a‧ble /ɪkˈsaɪtəbəl/ adjective  EXCITEDbecoming excited too easily A puppy is naturally affectionate and excitable.excitability /ɪkˌsaɪtəˈbɪləti/ noun [uncountable]
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excitableOn my first day's teaching, I had a class of highly excitable 5-year-olds.Puppies are naturally affectionate and excitable.They are still drinking, and Tommy is still excitable.It can pass its calm temperament to its offspring when crossed with the more excitable Africander and Brahman.In the film, transferred to video by my technologically excitable family, Poppa is walking in his backyard garden.Hugh had built up a following of excitable groupies and the ovations throughout were like the last night of Seinfeld.Louis is an excitable, quick-tempered person.Being an excitable sort of race there is an incredible number of things we would like to show you.Nerve cells are excitable - that is, they respond to stimuli.
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