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1. The act of exciting, or the state of being roused into action, or of having increased action; impulsion; agitation; as, an excitement of the people.

2. That which excites or rouses; that which moves, stirs, or induces action; a motive. The cares and excitements of a season of transition and struggle. (Talfowrd)

3. (Science: physiology) a state of aroused or increased vital activity in an organism, or any of its organs or tissues.

Origin: cf. OF. Excitement, escitement.

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... difficult emotions. Easy emotions are evoked within nanoseconds, microseconds and milliseconds - anger, lust, fear, pleasure, entertainment and excitement are some examples. These emotions are associated with fast breathing and heart-rate, fast visual and verbal processing. These emotions don"t ...

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... sound I metioned before always makes me angry and scared (never found out why). Any pleasant sounds I experience, I always just asscosiate with excitement. For the opposite reason, I CANNOT STAND certain repetitive noises. Usually it's things like alarm clocks with the repetitive beeping noises. ...

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Skin Perspiration + Heart Rate.

... in love and sees his/her's special someone, the person's heartbeat does increase. without he nervousness.. and usually without the perspiration!! Excitement also makes the heart beat faster, but there's no perspiration. And its not always that a person sweats when nervous.. :?

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