easily excited

See: sensitive
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They are two hotheads -- the one a Gascon, the other from Picardy; both are easily excited, but they quiet down immediately.
They are less easily excited off their balance; they can recognize and obey their master's voice in the scuffle and rage of battle; and they never fly into nervous hysterics such as are common, say, with fox-terriers.
For a minute the pup also was similarly affected; but less sage, or more easily excited, he was induced at length to leap forward, and finally to dash into the cover.
Arabs and Moslems feel that they are a defeated nation and are easily excited when they see the short-term successes of organizations like, Daesh.
Shaygan Kheradpir is not a manwho gets easily excited.
Many Irish setters were easily excited and even more easily distracted, which added to the breed's scatterbrained reputation.
The candidates acknowledge that voters aren't easily excited about the Railroad Commission race.
Easily excited, is constantly semi-aroused, likes uniforms.
Angelman syndrome also makes Elliot easily excited and means he only needs four hours' sleep a night.
At dawn, the children trudged uphill with their cauldrons and spears, around the detumescent bodies of the adults who were so easily excited, so easily satisfied.
Yes, I will admit I am easily excited by dining novelties.
The fact he was doing it all so easily excited us but, maybe, we overminded him by not asking him more questions.