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Synonyms for thrill

Synonyms for thrill

to move or excite greatly

a strong, pleasant feeling of excitement or stimulation

a nervous shaking of the body

Synonyms for thrill

the swift release of a store of affective force

an almost pleasurable sensation of fright

something that causes you to experience a sudden intense feeling or sensation

cause to be thrilled by some perceptual input

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feel sudden intense sensation or emotion

tremble convulsively, as from fear or excitement

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While experiencing secondhand thrills through my children is undoubtedly one of the sweetest parts of parenting, Mellencamp's song reminds me I need to be careful not to allow these secondhand thrills to become my only thrills.
Armed with two rocking albums and the ability to thrill us, Dirty Thrills are sure to have us on our feet into the wee hours of the morning.
Martin O'Shea, of the Pier Head Village, said: "The Village Cruise Swing Ship completes our thrill challenge in the north side of Pier Head Village.
EDDIE Redmayne has said working with Colin Farrell was a "great thrill".
In an age of reality TV, extreme sports, MMA and the relentless quest for more intense and unique "thrills" this quantum leap forwards in entertainment technology raises serious philosophical questions that Society must answer.
The Lebanese-Canadian jazz vocalist spoke to The Daily Star about the process of making "Subtle Thrills," and where the record's title comes from.
Let the thrill begin by letting Resorts World know what thrills you and have it posted on the country's first giant Twitter board.
The Northamptonshire circuit launches incredible offers on a wide range of its Driving Experiences, Thrills and Super Choice Vouchers.
Six Flags Entertainment Corporation (NYSE: SIX), a US-based regional theme park company, has announced launch of new thrills at the Six Flags Magic Mountain theme park in Santa Clarita, California, US.
Year 7 are looking forward to braving the thrills of PGL next year.
2 : something that produces a feeling of excitement <The boys went into town in search of thrills.>
His wife Annette, 47, said yesterday her husband enjoyed thrills, despite having had heart surgery.
Although there are combat thrills aplenty in this title, the author's primary interest is the human side of the conflict, the heroics and horrors faced by brave men in a muddled war.
Dave Cobb is among the lucky few who can say they are in the business of creating thrills. As senior creative director for North American theme park giant Paramount Parks, Cobb, 35, is both idea man and overseer; his projects include the design and construction of new roller coasters and other thrill rides.