- a sudden feeling of excitement and pleasure；an experience that produces a sudden feeling of excitement and pleasure
- cause (someone) to have a sudden feeling of excitement and pleasure；experience a sudden feeling of excitement and pleasure
noun: thrill, plural noun: thrills
verb: thrill, 3rd person present: thrills, gerund or present participle: thrilling, past tense: thrilled, past participle: thrilled
- 1. a sudden feeling of excitement and pleasure:
the thrill of jumping out of an airplane
- 2. an experience that produces a sudden feeling of excitement and pleasure:
to ride a winner is always a thrill
- 3. a wave or nervous tremor of emotion or sensation:
a thrill of excitement ran through her
- 4. a vibratory movement or resonance heard through a stethoscope.
- 5. a throb or pulsation.
- 1. cause (someone) to have a sudden feeling of excitement and pleasure:
his kiss thrilled and excited her
they were thrilled with the results
- 2. experience a sudden feeling of excitement and pleasure:
thrill to the magic of the world's greatest guitarist
- 3. (of an emotion or sensation) pass with a nervous tremor:
the shock of alarm thrilled through her
- 4. quiver or throb.
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