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Definitions from WordNet

Adjective hyperactive has 1 sense
  1. hyperactive, overactive - more active than normal; "a hyperactive child"
    Antonym: inactive (indirect, via active)

Definitions from the Web

Term: Hyperactive

Part of Speech: Adjective, Noun


1. (Adjective) Characterized by excessive or abnormal levels of activity, especially in children.

2. (Noun) A person who is extremely active and displays high levels of energy.

Senses and Usages

Sense 1:

- Adjective: Having or displaying excessive levels of physical and mental activity.

Example sentence:

- The hyperactive child could not sit still for a minute.

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Sense 2:

- Adjective: Exhibiting an unusually high level of activity or intensity.

Example sentence:

- The hyperactive market was bustling with eager buyers and sellers.

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Sense 3:

- Adjective/Noun: Pertaining to or describing a person, especially a child, who has attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

Example sentence:

- The hyperactive boy found it difficult to focus on his schoolwork.

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Sense 4:

- Noun: A person who constantly exhibits high levels of energy and activity.

Example sentence:

- The politician was a hyperactive campaigner, always on the move.

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