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  • adjective Extremely energetic.


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hyper- +‎ energetic


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  • The show is worth visiting, though, for a few hyperenergetic pictures by Umberto Boccioni and Giacomo Balla.

    The Emperor's New Clues: Hadrian in London 2008

  • He was hyperenergetic, very popular, and seven seasons in Antarctica, including two winters, had left him with a healthy disrespect for beakerdom.

    Terra Incognita Wheeler, Sarah 1996

  • He had that nervous sort of hyperenergetic way of trying to appear relaxed.

    Don't Panic Gaiman, Neil 1993

  • Given Reagan's ambiguous record as governor it may be all that can be safely said, but you could also surmise that the post-gubernatorial Reagan has traveled from being the conventional, conservative grouch, an ag'iner, to someone who shares a perhaps dangerous or perhaps daft vision of America with his hyperenergetic collaborators.

    Know Thy President Hoffman, Nicholas von 1981

  • David Willis was a hyperenergetic Australian who had performed splendidly as the Monitor's national news editor.

    Christian Science Monitor | Top Stories 2009

  • It is also prescribed for the short-term treatment of severe behavioral disorders in children, including explosive hyperactivity and combativeness; and for the hyperenergetic phase of manic-depressive illness (severely exaggerated moods).

    Chilligan's Island 2009


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