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It’s a thrill to watch dozens of foes fly through the air as helpless rag dolls.
As lockdown meant shutting down most of our cultural attractions and distractions, graphic novels stepped up with vicarious thrills.
Things are not fun anymore, and our brains are seeking a thrill.
HOW THE PANDEMIC GOT PEOPLE SMOKING AGAINMELINDA FAKUADENOVEMBER 12, 2020VOX
Consider all the music you love, the conversations you have, the pre-pandemic thrill of being in a big crowd during a celebration.
Despite some thrills, a feeling of emptiness burdens the experience.
Also there is a description of Bampton, which once thrilled the readers of the Tiverton Gazette.
Gushing waters thrilled the ears with the sweetness of an old familiar song.
THE GIANT OF THE NORTHR.M. BALLANTYNE
I asked, suddenly thrilled with the knowledge that something dreadful had happened.
The knowledge thrilled Jessie, for if those keen eyes were about they would be turned just as intently upon her.
Their hideous howlings thrilled upon the ear, and sent panic to the heart.

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