All Noun Verb
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  • It made his heart thrill as he felt her little head against his breast. Cited from A Little Norsk; Or, Ol' Pap's Flaxen, by Hamlin Garland
  • If enough thrill points are gained, the player can move to the next level.
  • I can no longer work in the theatre, but the thrill will never leave me.
  • I was so thrilled because my dream to play baseball was actually coming true!
  • When she tells Michael what she has done, he is less than thrilled.
  • His greatest thrill was the day his father let him start covering high school sports.
  • I was so thrilled to be playing every night and seeing new places all the time.
  • His character was less than thrilled about his son's career decision.
  • Joe has broadcast some of the most thrilling games in recent college football.
  • Later he saw the movie and thought the old man would be thrilled by it.
  • I remember it well, for the sound sent such a thrill to my heart. Cited from The Madman and the Pirate, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • And this took away some of the glad little thrills running over her. Cited from Five Little Peppers and their Friends,M Sidney
  • He was also known for his ability to give the crowd a thrilling show.
  • When he is released, his family is thrilled to have him back.
  • I can't even hear one of those words without a thrill of happiness. Cited from Joyce's Investments, by Fannie E. Newberry
  • The only feeling left to them is the thrill of making a kill.
  • He was thrilled, and felt at once that he must become an actor.
  • The thrilling come-from-behind fourth quarter victory marked their sixth such victory of the year.
  • A thrill passed through my whole body, I felt a joy beyond all measure.
  • He described this period as "the most thrilling years of my research life".
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Meaning of thrill

  • noun Something that causes you to experience a sudden intense feeling or sensation
    the thrills of space travel
  • verb Cause to be thrilled by some perceptual input
    The men were thrilled by a loud whistle blow
  • verb Feel sudden intense sensation or emotion
    he was thrilled by the speed and the roar of the engine