One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
In a very enthusiastic and eager manner.‘he talked excitedly about his future marriage plans’‘they excitedly waved and blew kisses’
- ‘Despite her ambivalence about the upcoming birth, she and her dad excitedly brainstorm a million things the siblings will be able to do together.’
- ‘She excitedly wrote to her Uncle John to tell him the news.’
- ‘He talks excitedly about his favourite place for lunch in Paris, where dapper businessmen in suits sit cheek-by-jowl with tradesmen in dusty overalls.’
- ‘Visiting Oxford in his mid-sixties to see a young friend's coxing, Monty excitedly ran along the tow path shouting encouragement.’
- ‘Jane cried excitedly as she saw the homepage begin to load.’
- ‘Elizabeth began to speak excitedly of the ball that was to follow the production.’
- ‘An energetic young pup of a larger breed can also harm very young children or fragile elderly people by jumping on them excitedly.’
- ‘Parents are double and triple parked all over the road, engines running, while children in dark navy uniforms skitter about excitedly looking for Mum.’
- ‘They turned to each other, laughing excitedly, talking, not listening.’
- ‘They were young, hip and foreign, talking excitedly on their mobile phones.’
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