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Things excitement often describes (“excitement ________”)
phase, spread, mounts, fear, increases, shot, anxiety, shone, activity, anger, seeking, rises, runs, stage, exertion, reigns, behavior, states, feelings, anticipation, causes, consequent, pleasure, burst, seekers, quality, streets, hours, needs, tension, spreads, will, levels, curiosity, appetite, fatigue, beat, increase, changes, grips, energy, features, masters, enthusiasm, love, intoxication, breeds, strain, guidance, reactions, movement, lies, results, emotions, sensuality, arousal, exercise, coma, effort, calls, disturbances, disorders, sweeps, wells, stress, turns, courses, hope, incoordination, joy, confusion, stimulation, influence, delirium, building, ambition, desire, spirits, indescribable, worry, poetry, nausea, convulsions, attributes

Descriptive words:
great, much, sexual, intense, nervous, emotional, little, mental, considerable, more, wild, general, political, popular, suppressed, greatest, feverish, religious, strong, pleasurable, intellectual, tremendous, unusual, violent, sudden, initial, strange, enough, undue, over, extreme, wildest, sheer, constant, febrile, extraordinary, cerebral, mere, temporary, maniacal, pleasant, momentary, joyous, less, tense, fierce, breathless, erotic, morbid, passionate, excessive, inner, immense, terrible, happy, least, manic, catatonic, visual, unnatural, mild, subdued, joyful, genuine, vascular, continual, frenzied, painful, eager, uncontrollable, mad, hysterical, artificial, electrical

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Book See excitement used in context: 36 rhymes, several books and articles.

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