Definition of excited:
edgy, drunk, aflame, ruffled, hallucinating, in a flutter, turned on, jumping at, overheated, fired up, het up, upset, on fire, fevered, demented, hopped up, atingle, keyed up, on the ragged edge, stirred up, ill at ease, horny, jumpy, in a tailspin, wound up, insane, glowing, aflutter, thrillful, worked up, hot, delirious, annoyed, angry, wrought up, overexcited, thrilled, blue in the face, disconcerted, frenetic, unhinged, in a tizzy, haywire, troubled, uneasy, distracted, teased, psyched, brainsick, unrestrained, hurt, furious, frantic, flustered, restless, all nerves, steamed up, tense, sick, hysterical, moved, piqued, thing, stoked, apprehensive, in a dither, titillated, quickened, in a quiver, flushed, tumultuous, delighted, huffy, overwrought, uptight, on pins and needles, beside oneself, provoked, jittery, nervous, harebrained, excite, emotional, hyped up, agog, crazy, mad, angered, all atwitter, manic, all hot and bothered, perturbed, wild, reactive, intoxicated, ruttish, psyched up, steamy, frenzied, in a lather, unbalanced, avid, phrenetic, inspired, boiling over, stirred, in heaven, galvanized, sore, discomfited, discomposed, red hot, distraught, randy.
- enthusiastic (part of speech: adjective)
- invigorated (part of speech: verb)
vigorous (part of speech: adjective)
- excited (part of speech: verb)
- "The Heath Hover Mystery", Bertram Mitford.
- "The Privet Hedge", J. E. Buckrose.
- "When London Burned", G. A. Henty.