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For better or worse, this thrill doesn’t translate well on a video call, so if you were counting on your audience’s immediate feedback, you’re pretty much on your own.

This show is never high-concept nonstop thrills, but what makes it work is the flair and charm of the writing and the character insights it produces.

From Vox

Remember, the great thrill of a honeymoon isn’t about where you go.

Performance researcher Richard Schechner coined the term in 1988 to describe how we seek thrills by subverting harmless fun.

It’s not only great value, but I absolutely love the thrill of the hunt.

From Fortune

For Paul, the thrill of breakfast with the Reverend, may be giving way to the taste of burnt toast.

Get a thrill, get off a lucky shot, take home a trophy, put it up in a secret chamber of our heart.

A wonderful accomplishment by Kevin and his team and a thrill for Les and Leslie Parrott.

Most of us in that category can remember the thrill of seeing our words appear in public for the first time.

It surely however gives a certain type of feller a thrill, dark and shameful though it may be.

He didn't understand her but the thrill of what was to come overwhelmed him, and in the next instant he held her in his arms.

Presently the Queen of Asturia was escorted to a seat, and the little thrill of excitement passed off.

This is his great forte, and to hear him speak, sends a thrill through the whole system, and a tremor through the brain.

A thrill and a murmur had run round the brilliant assembly as the King of Asturia came in.

This hour gives to the imaginative in every land a thrill, a yearning, and a pang of visual regeneration.


On this page you'll find 132 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to thrill, such as: adventure, fun, inspiration, pleasure, wallop, and bang.

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