Excited about something

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to be excited about (something): to be enthusiastic, passionate, happy about; to look forward to (something)
I'm really excited about my trip to Hawaii. I can't wait to get there!

to excite: to stimulate, to motivate, to make someone enthusiastic

excitement: enthusiasm, passion, a strong feeling of happiness


  • "Horatio : So Joan Wayne, are you excited to visit the East?"
  • "Moira, get me a glass of water, I can barely contain my excitement."
  • "Now that I have met you and some of your colleagues, and know more about the activities of the Delavigne Corp, I am even more excited about the possibility of working with you and your team than I was before the interview."
  • "After all this turmoil and excitement, I needed to sort things out for myself in the comfort of my family home."
  • "The teacher of the class has been hailed as a hero for bringing the incident to a swift end by saying, "Ok class, that's enough excitement for today, turn to page 54 of your textbooks: Trigonometry"."
  • "I'm so excited to see you again – I feel just like a teenager!"
  • "I am, however excited."
  • "Hannah : What are you so excited about?"
  • "Hannah : I'm so excited!"
  • "He's as excited by the project as I am. He's even going to start on some prototypes."

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