English words and Examples of Usage

use "excite" in a sentence

Bush has not been able to excite them," said David McIntosh of the Club for Growth.

I'm talking about the power those individuals have to inspire and excite the next generation.

Appearing on CNN, Washington defended the tweet, saying he wanted to "excite a conversation."

The cliffs and precipices of hills allure and excite tourists.19.

Infospace, for its part, owned and operated the web search function on Excite.

He tried to excite his wife by showing her a sex film, but it didn't work at all.

Find someone who has been to a currency exchange in the past month. excite

Morals excite passions, and produce or prevent actions.

I.e.: A red cone would excite the red/green ganglion cell and the green cone would inhibit the red/green ganglion cell.

On one hand he is mad about them - the mere sight of a lady in high heels is enough to excite him enormously.13.

The derived verb aufputschen remains common in Standard German for "to incite", "to excite", in political or in doping contexts.

Yama and Niyama are the adopted moral or behavioral codes (of the adept's choosing) that will be least likely to excite the mind.

Young boys can be set to work with machinery, heavy machinery, such as will excite the imagination and create the scientific sense.

Dean's "loving tenderness towards the besotted Sal Mineo in Rebel Without a Cause continues to touch and excite gay audiences by its honesty.

A project most likely to excite her fanbase?

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