Exited vs Stoked - What's the difference?

exited | stoked |


As verbs the difference between exited and stoked

is that exited is (exit) while stoked is (stoke).

As an adjective stoked is

(slang) feeling excitement or an exciting rush.

exited

English

Verb

(head)
  • (exit)

  • exit

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A way out.
  • He was looking for the exit and got lost .
  • A passage or gate from inside someplace to the outside, outgang.
  • She stood at the exit of the house looking back and waving at those inside .
  • The action of leaving.
  • He made his exit at the opportune time .
  • Death.
  • The untimely exit of a consummate politician .

    Synonyms

    * (a way out) egress, outgang, outway * (the action of leaving) egress, outgoing, departure

    Derived terms

    * emergency exit * exit interview * exit policy * exit poll * exit program * exit strategy * exit wound * fire exit

    Verb

    (en verb)
  • To go out
  • To leave
  • To die
  • See also

    * exit stage left ----

    stoked

    English

    Verb

    (head)
  • (stoke)
  • Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • (slang) Feeling excitement or an exciting rush.
  • * 1964 , '', 3 December 1964. Quoted in Sidney J. Baker, ''The Australian Language , second edition, 1966, chapter XI, end of section 2, page 255.
  • When you're driving hard and fast down the wall, with the soup curling behind yer, or doing this backside turn on a big one about to tube, it's just this feeling. Yer know, it leaves yer feeling stoked .