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Noun
A sudden feeling of excitement and pleasure
“Discovering things gave him a great thrill. He liked to work everything out and had inherited a logical, analytical mind from his mother.”
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A trembling or quivering, especially one caused by emotion
“Hikari felt the striking thrill of emotion before she could even think about it.”
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Denoting amusement, enjoyment or pleasure
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Pleasure, especially when gained from the satisfaction of a desire
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Great happiness and exhilaration
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A feeling of great enthusiasm and eagerness
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An attractive or exciting quality that makes certain people or things seem appealing
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Excitement associated with danger or the taking of risks
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A tingling sensation on a person's skin, typically caused by strong emotion
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A bustling to-do, excited speech or noise, usually loud
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A period of turmoil in real life
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A person, object, or event that arouses widespread interest and excitement
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A strong taste, flavour, or smell
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Something or someone considered wonderful or perfect
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Verb
To stimulate or excite in a pleasurable way
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“The ring would thrill his wife, but there was no way he could pay for it.”
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To get or feel excited
“The poor stricken hearts before him, each hanging on his eloquent words as if he were pleading with each alone, begin to thrill with a new hope.”
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To (cause something to) tremble or quiver
“They begin to thrill and quiver under the touch of the Light, as buds quiver in the springtime within their cases.”
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To rush or surge through someone or something
“Occasionally, a premonitory, prophetic pang of rapture out of the coming eternities of bliss would thrill through us.”
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To throb, especially with a thumping sound
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(glow with) To convey deep pleasure through one's expression or bearing
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To give off light, including in the invisible electromagnetic radiation frequencies, or become luminescent
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To hurt or distress emotionally
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Experience or cause to experience a slight prickling or stinging sensation
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