Antonyms for thrills

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Not a breeze can stir but it thrills us with the breath of autumn.

There would be no thrills in this opening chapter and he, if not his wife, would be shaken.

Whence the music that fills all our being—that thrills Around us, beneath, and above?

She wanted me always up in the garden, she wanted me never to have any thrills.

Then as we turned the boat this way and that we had thrills of anticipation.

As the thing works, there is nothing worth while but the thrills of the game.

Do you feel the thrills of heat from the corpuscles of Ruffini?

These stories are rich in fun and thrills in all branches of sports and athletics.

A sort of a Lochinvar business—full of thrills and great moments.

He is perfectly familiar with the text, and knows where the thrills come in.