excitingly excitingly


  • (adv) in an exciting manner


  1. They reported excitingly good results in cases of depression lasting as long as six years.
  2. Since the characters are, in the present instance, operating on a global scale, some viewers will find Babel excitingly far-ranging.
  3. It's predictable too, though excitingly staged by director Ridley Scott.


  • Senate Confirms Penny Pritzker to Be Commerce Secretary, 97 to 1

    The Senate confirmed Penny Pritzker to be President Obama's Commerce Secretary on Tuesday by a vote of 97 to 1 — even though her nomination was supposed to be excitingly controversial. Instead, it was a rare moment of boring bipartisan cooperation.
    on June 26, 2013     Source: The Atlantic Wire via Yahoo! News


  1. SLAYER's bassist/vocalist Tom Araya told Decibel magazine that the material that has been recorded for the band's next album so far is "all traditional SLAYER. One of them is a fast, very punkish tune, and another one is excitingly new, you know...
    on Nov 22, 2008 By: Tom Araya Source: Blabbermouth.net

  2. Loder said that the flick bears a close resemblance to Jerry Bruckheimer-produced films, "here he delivers everything you might expect. The action is excitingly staged (some of the wild roof-leaping suggests that the urban acrobatics of parkour were...
    on May 29, 2010 By: Kurt Loder Source: LANewsMonitor.com

  3. "This result reinvigorates the search for the evolutionary substrates for language processing among the primates, and most excitingly gives us an animal model to probe deeper into these aspects of language," said Daniel Margoliash, who is a...
    on Apr 26, 2006 By: Daniel Source: Newswise (press release)

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