adjective Informal.
intensively or excessively stimulated or exaggerated: an economy hyped-up by arms spending.


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Example sentences
Her hyped-up introductions of each dance come off as earnest encouragement.
In addition to the hyped-up atmosphere, representatives were also kept
  motivated by the promise of rewards.
Hyped-up montages driven by jaunty pop music skid into scenes of corny
  masculine melodrama.
For hyped-up salesmanship brings clear consequences: customers become even more
  sceptical, once they find they have been gulled.
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