Definition of 'excitement'
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Example sentences containing 'excitement'
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Links with the fashion world add excitement to family life. The Sun (2016)There is no other sport out there that can give you that thrill and that excitement. Times, Sunday Times (2017)There is already great excitement in the plant world. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The link between Pluto and the sun leads to the sharing of secrets that add much excitement to family life. The Sun (2017)Everything about your life feels lighter and brighter and the new people you meet today will add some extra excitement and glamour to your week. The Sun (2016)Choosing to make a difference locally by helping to organise a charity campaign brings an unexpected love option to light that could add so much excitement. The Sun (2016)Where was the real excitement of the last series? The Sun (2011)There is great anticipation and excitement around the yard. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He also has you for thrills and excitement. The Sun (2012)Things you try for the first time go well and add glamour and excitement to your life. The Sun (2014)You can end up with expensive things but no excitement. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But the excitement of the game was fading. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Too much excitement is very bad for his complexion. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You often begin something in excitement then get bored halfway through and leave things unfinished. The Sun (2016)There is a real excitement about how good we could get with the players we have. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Their life must be one of great excitement. Vanity Fair (1837)Full of thrills and excitement but destined to end in tears. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Tell your husband you two need to add excitement to your relationship. The Sun (2012)He always presented sport as a thing of breathtaking excitement and overwhelming importance. Times, Sunday Times (2013)These people greeted us with as much excitement as if they had not seen us for years. THE LAST OF THE GENTLEMEN ADVENTURERS: Coming of Age in the Arctic (2004)The search for a new leader gets under way and there is great excitement. Times, Sunday Times (2015)New faces and places add excitement but just as important is your quiet confidence. The Sun (2012)The extremes of excitement are too much to take in. The Sun (2015)It would make more people go to games and the excitement of seeing a penalty shootout would make fans go back. The Sun (2007)But it lacks a certain something - excitement. The Sun (2010)You've got a real sense of excitement. The Sun (2013)Don't see being committed as the end of excitement and thrills. The Sun (2011)Their legacy is the excitement about things, and making it up as they go along. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Along the way he brought drama, colour and excitement to the game. The Sun (2013)There is a real excitement in his eyes - which is good to see. The Sun (2008)I enjoy the excitement of building something. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'excitement'
British English: excitement NOUN
You use excitement to refer to the state of being excited, or to something that excites you.
Everyone is in a state of great excitement.
Definition of excitement from the Collins English Dictionary
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