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Sentence count:200+7 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-11-21Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: charmdelightenchantenraptureenthrallexcitetingletitillateSimilar words: thrilleddrillthrivethriftbrilliantprimarilyshrinkshrimpMeaning: [θrɪl]  n. 1. the swift release of a store of affective force 2. an almost pleasurable sensation of fright 3. something that causes you to experience a sudden intense feeling or sensation. v. 1. cause to be thrilled by some perceptual input 2. feel sudden intense sensation or emotion 3. tremble convulsively, as from fear or excitement 4. fill with sublime emotion; tickle pink. 
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(1) She gets an obvious thrill out of performing.
(2) Winning first place must have been quite a thrill.
(3) I can remember the thrill of not knowing what I would get on Christmas morning.
(4) It gave me a thrill to know I had passed the examination.
(5) It gave me a big thrill to meet my favourite author in person.
(6) She enjoyed the thrill of the chase.
(7) They get a vicarious thrill from watching motor racing.
(8) Bella will sleep with anyone for a cheap thrill.
(9) A thrill of alarm ran through him.
(10) His speech caused a thrill among the audience.
(11) With a thrill I realized that I had won.
(12) The children will thrill at all their favourite characters.
(13) It was a real thrill to meet the Queen.
(14) I get a real thrill from speed.
(15) His music continues to thrill audiences.
(16) Audiences still thrill to the sound of The Rolling Stones.
(17) It's a great thrill for a cricket-lover like me to play at the home of cricket.
(18) The thrill wears off after a few years of marriage. You'll see.
(19) She felt a thrill of excitement as the mountains came into view.
(20) The unexpected news sent a thrill of anticipation through the group.
(21) Happiness lies not in the mere possession of money ; it lies in the joy of achievement[], in the thrill of creative effort. 
(22) So why do people still go hunting - is it the thrill of the chase?
(23) Happiness lies not in the mere possession of money. It lies in the joy of achievement, in the thrill of creative effort.
(24) My childhood and adolescence were a joyous outpouring of energy, a ceaseless quest for expression, skill, and experience. School was only a background to the supreme delight of lessons in music, dance, and dramatics, and the thrill of sojourns in the country, theaters, concerts.
(25) Death s inevitable.It's a promise made to each of us at birth.But before that promise is kept,we all hope something will happen to us,whether it is the thrill of romance,the joy of raising a family,or the anguish of great loss.We all hope to experience something that make our lives meaningful,but the sad fact is,not all lives have meaning.Some people spend their time on this planet just sitting on the sidelines,waiting for something to happen to them,before it's too late.
(26) Even though I've been acting for years, I still get a thrill out of going on stage.
(27) Asked why he went fox-hunting, he replied that he loved the thrill of the chase.
(28) What did he really want? Was it just the thrill of the chase?
(29) He used to steal from shops just for the thrill of it.
(30) Some people take crazy risks because they get a thrill from courting danger.
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