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Definition of "thrilling" []

  • Present participle of thrill. (verb)
  • Causing the feeling of a sudden excitement. (adjective)

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Use "thrilling" in a sentence
  • "Now that would have been what I called thrilling, real thrilling, especially if he jumped or grew red, or white, or stammered, or stopped short, or anything to show that he'd seen us -- and cared."
  • "Now _that_ would have been what I called thrilling, real thrilling, especially if he jumped or grew red, or white, or stammered, or stopped short, or anything to show that he'd seen us -- and cared."
  • "Of course what kid doesn't like to look at fountains and water but once the Japanese Koi come up to feed it is has a whole new meaning to the word thrilling."