Under these provocations the nervous and excitable boy vented his rage with shrill screams of fury.
Although it is composed of rather excitable individuals, as a mass it is not easily thrown into passion or confusion.
This may be partly due to the fact that the French are more idealistic and more excitable than the English; in both of which qualities the Americans resemble them.
His disposition is become excessively excitable and irritable, his faculties sometimes apparently weakened, and at others giving signs of all their accustomed vigour.
Immediately the excitable little man, before mentioned, slipped forward to the edge of his chair and asked, this time without hesitation: "At what time did you unfasten the house this morning?
Come now, my excitable young friend, you think I have been rather quiet and tame with these wretches, don't you?
Ned, for Andy's excitable nature was getting on the nerves of them all.
Jerry, as he surveyed the excitablelad who had burst in on them.
Pliny, the most steady-going of mankind, sets himself to imitate this excitable temperament with the utmost seriousness; he cultivates sensibility, he even cultivates vanity.
We should hardly guess from the more formal and finished writings what the real man was, with his excitable Italian temperament, his swift power of phrase, his sensitive affections.
The vague rumours of poison or magic that ran during his last illness among the excitable and grossly superstitious populace of Antioch are gravely recorded as ground for the worst suspicions.
As the entire working staff of the institution was present, I thought it a good opportunity to emphasize the fact that all of these upsetting, innovations come straight from headquarters, and not out of my excitable brain.
In this they continued excitable about an hour longer.
In the leg, whose nerve had been divided, they appeared as vigorous as they usually are in legs to which no injury has been previously done, and continued excitable upwards of two days after they had ceased to be so in the other.
It continued to move its legs spontaneously, when touched, during more than two days after this, and contractions were excitable by the application of the metals for two days longer.
To a man who is at allexcitable this form of sport is perhaps more trying to the nerves than stalking.
There is a well-marked distinction between the excitable and what I will call the accumulative temperament in patients.
People often say how difficult the excitabletemperament is to manage.
The presence of such a leader was now needed in Boston, and in 1768 Adams removed to that excitable town, which was always ready to adopt progressive views.
After an argument the police magistrate, an excitable man, made as though to arrest him.
Captain Fitzroy was one of those fretful and excitablebeings whose manner sets plain men against them, and who, when they are not in error, seem so.
Through the middle of this curious region runs the Waikato, the longest and on the whole most tranquil and useful of that excitablerace the rivers of New Zealand.
They got their carronades ready, and laboured to infuse a little order and system into the excitable mob around them.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "excitable" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.