[ UK /ɐdɹˈɛnɐlˌɪn/ ]
[ US /əˈdɹɛnəɫɪn/ ]
  1. a catecholamine secreted by the adrenal medulla in response to stress (trade name Adrenalin); stimulates autonomic nerve action
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How To Use Adrenalin In A Sentence

  • When Harry's turned on, his adrenaline flows and the endorphins pump, and he feels alive instead of dead.
  • The adrenalin was going and the rider was trying to get me back as quick as possible. The Sun
  • And after rewinding the film and watching it without any adrenaline to threaten our objectivity, it became pretty clear that during this year of epic passing, San Francisco played one of the greatest defensive games in playoff history. OK, Now That Was a Defense
  • Whatever pumped up your adrenaline, my darling, it took more than a chase to catch up with you.
  • The fact that they are harmless plankton feeders in no way diminishes the adrenaline rush; the ease with which you can approach them makes that rare encounter even more exciting.
  • Noradrenaline decreased I_(K) distinctly. Isoprenaline and acetylcholine showed no effect on I_(K) in isolated rat hepatocytes.
  • The adrenalin rush speeds your heart up and can make you feel panicky, too. The Sun
  • In 1901 he isolated adrenaline from the supradrenal gland and was the first scientist to discover gland hormones in pure form.
  • The drugs stolen include an ampoule of adrenalin which could kill if injected.
  • But when the adrenaline is pumping to your brain, the hot, sticky blood coursing through your veins, who could resist?
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