[ UK /θɹˈɪlɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈθɹɪɫɪŋ/ ]
  1. causing a surge of emotion or excitement
    she gave an electrifying performance
    a thrilling performer to watch
  2. causing quivering or shivering as by cold or fear or electric shock
    a thrilling wind blew off the frozen lake
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How To Use thrilling In A Sentence

  • That said, the chemistry between the two brings a thrilling tingle of excitement to the tale. Times, Sunday Times
  • The designers designed a terrific pirate galleon and a thrilling Lost Boys' hideout.
  • Marx said that the commodity exchange process thrilling leap from zero to include asset to the propertied people from the process is also facing such thrilling leap.
  • The whole front of the theatre, a curtain of matting, is rolled up at intervals and, when the feat in progress is at its most thrilling climax, is let fall. In Seven Stages: A Flying Trip Around the World
  • Life is just like an old time rail journey ... delays, sidetracks, smoke, dust, cinders, and jolts, interspersed only occasionally by beautiful vistas and thrilling bursts of speed. The trick is to thank the Lord for letting you have the ride. Gordon B. Hinckley 
  • Part of me thinks this sounds completely immoral; part of me thinks it sounds horribly thrilling.
  • Her eyes missed nothing; her dainty close-set ears heard all -- the short, dry note of a chewink, the sweet, wholesome song of the cardinal, the thrilling cries of native jays and woodpeckers, the heavenly outpoured melody of the Florida wren, perched on some tiptop stem, throat swelling under the long, delicate, upturned bill. The Firing Line
  • This is a taut, tense and thrilling two hours, supercharged with some serious star power. The Sun
  • The full force of the chromatic harmony was thrilling, as in such details as the cellos' dissonant flattened 6th just before the final cadence.
  • In 192 thrilling seconds, his side provided ample riposte to all of their scorn and suggestion. Times, Sunday Times
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