Thesaurus / thrills


Twenty-year thrills more readily than forty-year, just as forty-year is more reluctant to take a chance at a spill.

Down the YellowstoneLewis R. Freeman

It is then that the surveying party begins to have its thrills.

The Modern RailroadEdward Hungerford

It furnished all the thrills that one gets when watching a cowboy on a bucking bronco, or a trained seal.

The Congo and Coasts of AfricaRichard Harding Davis

Jaime still recalled the thrills of emotion with which he had listened to these tales.

The Dead CommandVicente Blasco Ibez

His invective is poured from his heart's depths, and thrills with the force of the Latin orators of the ruined Forum.

Let's have more of that kind of science story, that thrills every red-blooded American.

In the next few hours the messages that reached the expectant city were full of thrills—of hopes and fears.

Baldy of NomeEsther Birdsall Darling

I'm sure if we took votes for the most thrills, my piece would win.

Perhaps, she thought, she was too old for thrills—twenty-four—and this was as near "the real right thing" as she was ever to come.

One Woman's LifeRobert Herrick

It's five years ago, but it thrills me every time I think of it.


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