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hyped

verb
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If that leads us to back hyped horses injudiciously, we will learn or else continue to pay a premium for it.
Live For Now experiences encourage consumers to get Hyped for Halftime
Music - Most Hyped Album: Jay-Z/"Kingdom Come"; Least Hyped: Beck/"The Information.
My friend Nacho, who I skated with everyday, all the guys who skated the PB bowl, the Vermin kids and elders who hyped and plagued daily, which was pretty hot.
THE MOST HYPED HOMETOWN IN AMERICA ENJOYED A NICO & VINZ CONCERT AND SPECIAL GUEST APPEARANCES FROM BUFFALO BILLS' NEW HEAD COACH REX RYAN AND SAMMY WATKINS
Hyped up as a bitter rivalry, the truth of the matter is that these two giant egos simply couldn't exist on the same team.
Micro-cap shares are often hyped through: high-pressure, cold-calling stock brokers; misleading press releases; self-serving newsletters; and increasingly over the Internet via "spam" e-mail, Websites, chat rooms and bulletin boards.
With Henderson hyped, the rest were sure to follow.
Asked if he would be inhibited by such thoughts during the civil trial, he said: ``Hopefully, this trial won't be as hyped up.