Thrill - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- an almost pleasurable sensation of fright (syn: chill, quiver, shiver, shudder, tingle)
- something that causes you to experience a sudden intense feeling or sensation
- fill with sublime emotion (syn: beatify, exalt, exhilarate, inebriate)
Circus performers still thrill audiences today.
I was thrilled by their decision.
They were thrilled with the gift.
She was thrilled to receive an invitation.
We were thrilled that he would give a concert in our town.
Winning first place must have been quite a thrill.
Even though I've been acting for years, I still get a thrill out of going on stage.
It gave Pat a thrill to finally see the group perform live.
She felt a thrill of pride as her son stepped forward.
His music continues to thrill audiences.
Generations of European children have thrilled to the novels of J. F. Cooper.
The men were thrilled by a loud whistle blow
The children were thrilled at the prospect of going to the movies
They had never experienced the thrill of victory.
...got a thrill out of transpiercing butterflies with hat pins...
present participle: thrilling
past tense: thrilled
past participle: thrilled