hyperactive hyperactive  /ˌhaɪ pə ˈræk tɪv/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) more active than normal

Usage(s):

  1. Stevenson found that children in both age groups were significantly more hyperactive when drinking the stuff containing additives.
  2. Stevenson found that children in both age groups were significantly more hyperactive when drinking the beverage with higher levels of additives.
  3. BIO With a perfect eye for brand positioning, the hyperactive, know-it-all, anything-for-a-trade Jim Cramer has come to personify the tech-fueled bull market he promotes.

News

  • Video: Beautiful Special Effects Reel From The Great Gatsby

    When Baz Luhrmann's involved in a film, you know there's going to be a lot of blood, sweat and champagne poured into the special effects. His most recent production, The 3-D adaptation of The Great Gatsby , was no different, with dramatic sweeping shots over New York City and hyperactive visuals that don't even exist in real life—it was real Bazzy-like. Now his visual effects supervisor, Chris ...
    on July 1, 2013     Source: Gothamist

Quotes

  1. Marc added: "Gaby is having a very tough time being the mother of two overweight, hyperactive children. But Eva is having a marvellous time playing her!"
    on Aug 14, 2008 By: Marc Cherry Source: New Zealand Herald

  2. "It is my duty to be hyperactive to wake up a country which was dozing," Sarkozy said. "If I don't bang the table, if I don't demand results, nothing happens."
    on Feb 26, 2008 By: Nicolas Sarkozy Source: Reuters South Africa

  3. "Mathieu has been amazing all season," said Fabregas. "He is hyperactive, on the pitch, outside the pitch. He has so much passion for the game. He enjoys it and he hates losing. I don't know how he does it but he has so much power. With his...
    on Jan 30, 2008 By: Cesc Fabregas Source: Sportinglife.com

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