But it also appears that, as one Chicago election official put it, “excitement is building” for Obama.
One of the things that I think about, looking back now, is the love and excitement that they engendered.
As for today: savor the excitement, and share in the anticipation of what we will learn in the coming months.
There was Mahmoud Abdul Wahab, a 23-year-old nursing student dressed in muddy jeans, bouncing off the walls with excitement.
For non-Glass receiving citizens, a sighting is cause for excitement.
Vivian, in spite of his philosophy, felt the excitement of the moment.
He was calm of face, but she guessed an excitement beneath the surface.
Mrs. Armstrong's air of excitement was very much in evidence.
The Christmas excitement had not died out in the ward when Carlotta went back to it.
Darlin': I was sayin' Now I lay me—throbbin' with excitement.
excitement ex·cite·ment (ĭk-sīt'mənt)
An emotional state characterized by its potential for impulsive or poorly controlled activity.