|confusion of voices, excited fuss, hubble-bubble, uproar, disturbance, commotion||hubbub|
|(Chinese) work together; overly excited, too enthusiastic, very enthusiastic, wanting to fight||gung ho|
|(Slang) confusion, lack of order||cobwebs|
|a commotion or disturbance, bind, wrap; twist, wind, contraceptive device, curve or bend, cylinder, roll; ring, link; wrapping, winding, device supplying electricity to spark plugs, loop, pipes arranged in rows or spiral, roll of stamps, series of loop...||coil|
|A short-lived stock price increase. Synonymous with bubble .||Bulge|
|ability to perceive sounds that are not within the normal range of experience (i.e. voices of the dead)||clairaudience|
|able to hear sounds that cannot be heard by others (i.e. the voices of the dead)||clairaudient|
|abnormal heart or brain rhythm, disturbance in the regular pattern of brain waves||dysrhythmia|
|absurd misuse of words (especially the confusion of words which have a similar sound but a different meaning), example of malapropism, unintentional use of wrong word||malapropism|
|achieve a speed or rate, adapt something, be adequate, be occupied with something, cause something, changes the emphasis, cheat somebody, conduct self, excrement, exhaust somebody, fare, forms questions and negatives, fuss, commotion; something that mu...||do|
|act of causing excitement, stimulation; excited state, stimulated state, activity caused by stimulation, application of signal making transistor operate, being excited, exciting, production of magnetic field, raising energy of atom from lowest||excitation|
|act of deranging, complete irrationality, confusion, disorder; insanity||derangement|
|act of stirring, arouse feeling, be able to be stirred, be felt, commotion, goad into action, happen, leave, make circular movements in a liquid with an object, agitate, mix; move, set in motion; arouse, awake, bestir; stimulate, provoke, incite; affec...||stir|
|act or sound of flapping, aircraft wing control surface, blow from broad object, commotion, dust jacket part, flat thin piece used as cover, fly by moving wings, hit with broad object, loose back and forth movement; sound made by such a movement; movea...||flap|
|acute self-consciousness, lack of money, shame, uneasiness, confusion, something that causes self-consciousness||embarrassment|
|advertise in a loud noisy way, advertise something loudly, noisy advertisement; loud noise, sensational advertising, uproar||ballyhoo|
|affected by fever, excited, feverish, suffering from a fever||fevered|
|affected with or caused by autism, characterized by or suffering from autism (developmental disturbance characterized by lack of interaction with the environment)||autistic|
|agitated or indecisive state, be agitated and indecisive, hesitate; tremble; be excited or agitated, shiver, state of confusion, extreme agitation or excitement; vacillation, hesitation||dither|
|agitated, having a fever, having an abnormally high body temperature; excited, agitated; pertaining to or resembling a fever; infested with fever (i.e. a region); tending to cause fever, having fever, relating to fever||feverish|
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