[ US /ˈθɹɪɫd/ ]
[ UK /θɹˈɪld/ ]
  1. feeling intense pleasurable excitement
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How To Use thrilled In A Sentence

  • Some experienced foreign jumpers displayed hand-in-hand group jumping, wingsuit jumping and somersaults during free fall; all the risky stunts thrilled the audience.
  • A friend of the singer said: ‘She was thrilled because a year ago she was being written off and people were saying her career was heading for the dumper.’
  • And I won't venture a guess as to how many customers will be as thrilled about the integrated air ionizer as to prefer this model to others…
  • He's not exactly thrilled at the prospect of working for his old rival.
  • He loves his job, but he's not exactly thrilled with being an exile from his home and family. Christianity Today
  • He'd love to get over there for a game but I'm not to thrilled about the tkt prices! Retirer - French Word-A-Day
  • Today's attendance figures at those galleries and exhibitions would have astonished and thrilled curators in the 1960s.
  • The trivia enthusiast in me thrilled to discover oodles of esoteric tidbits on every page - and not just about salt.
  • If a man is not thrilled by intimate contact with nature: with the sun, with the earth, which is his origin and the arouser of his acutest emotions -- Literary Taste: How to Form It With Detailed Instructions for Collecting a Complete Library of English Literature
  • Andrea thrilled us with his free-diving skills, only to be easily outdone by his bewhiskered dancing partners.
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