Excitement noun (TOO MUCH A FEELING)
a sign of anger, concern, or excitement that is unnecessary or greater than the situation deserves: She’s making such a fuss made when Richard spilled a drop of wine on her blouse!
(excitement about someone) to annoy someone by frequently complaining to them about something they do. I’m sorry I turned her on like that. Synonyms and related words. To criticize, accuse or blame.
Excitement, excitement, commotion, to-do, commotion, uproar, confusion, disruption, tumult, commotion, chatter, foldol, commotion, furore, much ado about nothing. upset, worried, bother, argue. Excitement, hustle, bustle.
An excitement is defined as a fight or disagreement. An example of excitement is a quarrel between two people.
fuss in American English
a state of excessive nervousness, excitement, etc.
fuss (n.) “little bustle”, 1701, originally colloquial, perhaps a change of power (n.), or “Echoic of the Sound of Something Sputtering or Blowing” [OED], or from the Danish fjas “Foolery, Nonsense.” First attested in Anglo-Irish writers, but there are no obvious connections to words in Irish.
The definition of cuss means a swear word or a strange person or animal. An example of a curse is the word “hell”. An example of a curse is a bitter old person who is rude to everyone. noun.
1 nervous activity or excitement, especially when disproportionate or unnecessary. 2 Complaint or Objection.
Excitement. Do something hastily or vigorously. Mom wasn’t expecting us, so she spun around and made some snacks as we settled into the living room. See also: around, fuss.