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Causing emotion, excitement, and enthusiasm
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“A thrilling encounter with wildlife in its natural state.”
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Exciting joy, mirth, or pleasure
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Pleasing to the mind or senses
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Extremely alarming, astonishing, or frightening
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Displaying a creative streak for a given activity
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Having glamour
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Reaching a decisive moment or point of greatest tension
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Worth remembering or easily remembered, especially because of being special or unusual
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Involving, or given to, open or heavy displays of emotion
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Very loud or having a high volume
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Of great or ominous significance
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Denoting or relating to a sport involving great risk
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To be triggering enthusiasm or eagerness
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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 be arousing someone
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Present participle for 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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Present participle for to (cause something to) tremble or quiver
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“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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Present participle for 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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Present participle for to delight, allure or attract in an almost magical manner
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Present participle for to throb, especially with a thumping sound
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(glow with) Present participle for to convey deep pleasure through one's expression or bearing
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Present participle for to give off light, including in the invisible electromagnetic radiation frequencies, or become luminescent
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Present participle for to hurt or distress emotionally
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