What does spine-tingling mean?

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  1. (idiomatic) Scary, exciting or exhilarating.
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I was a little shocked to find Medusa's entrance as eerie and spine-tingling as it was when I was ten.
The Observer is on the lookout for ghostly goings-on in local haunted houses and tales of the spine-tingling supernatural.
Here she was in the absolute prime of her voice and her rendering of that famous Second Act is quite simply spine-tingling in all departments.
Shortly after the Hermes flyby of October 1937, the American Museum of Natural History created a spine-tingling exhibit for public display.
With a spine-tingling brief blaze of high-frequency sound, Hoskins' oxygen-bottle hit the steel deck.
He turned, fixed his steely eyes on us, bared his terrifying set of teeth and let out a spine-tingling roar.

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