Metaphor for Excitement?

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A metaphor is used when you need to express a strong feeling about something that is not related. They can be made out of experiences you have shared. For example, a metaphor for excitement could be, 'There was a jolt of excitement in the room,' or 'By the time the excitement was over, my heart was beating faster than a greyhound winning the race.' Another example is, 'I could feel the excitement building in the air, ready to burst out like a cork from a bottle of champagne.'
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