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    excite example sentences

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    1. He'd found her picture in the eye, she was not the type to excite Estwig so there was no use boring him with it


    2. It would usually excite me too much and would be forcefully sent back down to my holding cell


    3. didn’t excite me much


    4. It was a revenue, too, of a nature to excite in human avidity the most extravagant expectation of still greater riches


    5. But to execute a great number of little works, in which nothing that can be done can make any great appearance, or excite the smallest degree of admiration in any traveller, and which, in short, have nothing to recommend them but their extreme utility, is a business which appears, in every respect, too mean and paltry to merit the attention of so great a magistrate


    6. The demand for such instruction produced, what it always produces, the talent for giving it; and the emulation which an unrestrained competition never fails to excite, appears to have brought that talent to a very high degree of perfection


    7. Each ghostly practitioner, in order to render himself more precious and sacred in the eyes of his retainers, will inspire them with the most violent abhorrence of all other sects, and continually endeavour, by some novelty, to excite the languid devotion of his audience


    8. As he can seldom directly oppose their decision, therefore, with proper weight and authority, it is necessary that he should be able to influence it ; and he can influence it only by the fears and expectations which he may excite in the greater part of the individuals of the order


    9. Their wealth would alone excite the public indignation; and the vanity which almost always accompanies such upstart fortunes, the foolish ostentation with which they commonly display that wealth, excite that indignation still more


    10. There was nothing in her departure to excite
















































































    1. Jorma thought the Brazilian was more excited about that aluminum than he should be, but then he had heard that most of the people of YingolNeerie were very interested in money


    2. " Jorma knew that Herndon was pretty excited about his boat because he popped back out the hatch and lifted one of the seat cushions to show him


    3. Some people are excited, they have all the


    4. Tatania is very excited


    5. "Oh, she's just excited," Violet's mother said


    6. Something about the idea actually excited her


    7. she must have been excited


    8. He becomes excited and chases off after the animal


    9. members of a congregation do not seem as excited about appointing a man as does the


    10. In the darkness I still drifted between states of melancholia and determination, but I also found a new emotion brewing: that of puppy-dog gratefulness mixed with a strange sense of excited anticipation


















































































    1. “Everything about our bodies excites his lust, even our deformities


    2. Though, from excess of avarice, in the same manner, the inland corn merchant should sometimes raise the price of his corn somewhat higher than the scarcity of the season requires, yet all the inconveniencies which the people can suffer from this conduct, which effectually secures them from a famine in the end of the season, are inconsiderable, in comparison of what they might have been exposed to by a more liberal way of dealing in the beginning of it the corn merchant himself is likely to suffer the most by this excess of avarice; not only from the indignation which it generally excites against him, but, though he should escape the effects of this indignation, from the quantity of corn which it necessarily leaves upon his hands in the end of the season, and which, if the next season happens to prove favourable, he must always sell for a much lower price than he might otherwise have had


    3. Passion excites the Soul to express the inner yearning to create


    4. The affluence of the rich excites the indignation of the poor, who are often both driven by want, and prompted by envy to invade his possessions


    5. He never emerges so effectually from this obscurity, his conduct never excites so much the attention of any respectable society, as by his becoming the member of a small religious sect


    6. You may discover that any pastime that excites a fellow human is worth knowing about


    7. Whatever it is that excites you


    8. As an intellectual lover, the impetus for what excites me resides somewhere in my


    9. When I look at Adrian today, I see a man who excites me to the point of


    10. But the first step is to find that which excites you and are


























































    1. should be exciting law to keep


    2. The anticipation of that tryst was what drew Tdeshi's hormones on this folly in the first place wasn't it? Maybe it was what Jorma taught her about Tdeshi that had made it so exciting


    3. It should always be an exciting, exhilarating, awe-


    4. They made inane small talk about the food and 'Isn't it exciting to have visitors from YingolNeerie


    5. · Getting their own mail is exciting for children


    6. Glenelle had to admit that even though Ava did her best to make the war back at Sol sound exciting, it seemed long ago and far away compared to the adjustments she had to face, being a clone and her whole time had been turned into a fantasy realm


    7. accepting the request would bring freedom of a kind that, at her tender and exciting


    8. ‘Kate, no point pretending I don’t find you exciting, is there?’ he said, looking at me in such a way that my heart starts pounding


    9. He only wanted to talk about the land, how the sheep were doing and how much wool had been produced that season … I couldn’t understand why he was interested in that when he’d been seeing the world and doing exciting things


    10. In these quarters, his life was so empty without the mothers of his children, no matter how delightful the scents of these gardens or exciting the challenges of his adventure parks or voluptuous the sculpture of his houris


















































































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    Synonyms for "excite"

    excite stimulate energise energize shake shake up stir arouse sex turn on wind up agitate charge charge up commove rouse perturb bother ruffle discompose chafe fluster disturb inspire animate move electrify thrill awaken

    "excite" definitions

    arouse or elicit a feeling


    act as a stimulant


    stir feelings in


    cause to be agitated, excited, or roused


    stimulate sexually


    stir the feelings, emotions, or peace of


    raise to a higher energy level


    produce a magnetic field in