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agitate to upset or excite, esp. emotionally. [1/3 definitions]
arouse to excite or activate; stir up. [1/4 definitions]
dazzle to excite admiration by being brilliant. [1/6 definitions]
electrify to shock, startle, or excite. [1/3 definitions]
enkindle to arouse or excite; activate. [1/2 definitions]
flush1 to arouse, excite, or elate, as with emotions of pride or happiness. [1/10 definitions]
hype (informal) to stimulate or excite (often fol. by "up"). [1/4 definitions]
ignite to stir up the emotions of; excite. [1/5 definitions]
inflame to excite, arouse, or intensify (the emotions or passions). [1/4 definitions]
inflammatory tending to arouse and excite the emotions, or call forth an emotional response. [1/2 definitions]
intoxicate to excite, stimulate, or exhilarate. [1/3 definitions]
irritate to set off some characteristic physical function or response in (living tissue), or make abnormally sensitive; excite; inflame. [1/4 definitions]
kindle1 to arouse, excite, or inspire (a strong feeling or interest). [1/5 definitions]
masturbate to excite one's own genitals to reach orgasm. [2 definitions]
overexcite combined form of excite.
phlegmatic not given to shows of emotion or interest; slow to excite. [1/2 definitions]
rev to arouse or excite for anticipated action (usu. fol. by "up"). [1/5 definitions]
stir1 to arouse; excite. [1/10 definitions]
tickle to tease, excite, or fill with pleasure. [1/6 definitions]
titillate to stimulate or excite pleasantly. [2 definitions]
work to excite; provoke. [1/21 definitions]