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adrenaline

noun as in state of excitement

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  • epinephrine

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We do need that feeing of getting excited, that little bit of adrenaline.

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His father convinced him to play football instead to release his adrenaline.

Unlike most winter sports, snowshoeing offers little adrenaline or obvious climaxes.

A sudden surge of hormones, like adrenaline, blasts through your body and begins a cascade of changes that prepare you for danger.

You’ve probably noticed that when you’re under pressure and your adrenaline levels skyrocket, you don’t want to think about a bunch of unlikely alternatives to what you are trying to do.

The Islamic State was closing in on the media center, she said, still trembling from a mix of adrenaline and fear.

After about five minutes his pulse disappeared, and despite a few more doses of adrenaline, it never returned.

Above all else, it is clear that ISIS is an adrenaline addict.

For Red Bull, who built their brand selling an adrenaline-fueled lifestyle, that's the whole appeal.

At the end of the adrenaline-packed scene, they both end up getting away.

In the latter class are included such drugs as hydrastine and adrenaline.

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On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to adrenaline, such as: null, caffeine, morphine, anxiety, and stress.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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