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Another word for thrill

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Verb
  1. To move or excite greatly

    See also:

    excite

Noun
  1. A strong, pleasant feeling of excitement or stimulation

      1. To extend the leg away from the body; strike out with the foot or feet.
      2. To score or gain ground by kicking a ball.
      3. To punt in football.
      1. Having a relatively great elevation; extending far upward:
      2. Extending a specified distance upward:
      3. Far or farther from a reference point:
      1. A durable covering for the foot and part or much of the leg, usually made of leather, fabric, plastic, or rubber.
      2. A protective covering, especially a sheath to enclose the base of a floor-mounted gear shift lever in a car or truck.
      3. An automobile trunk.
      1. A sudden loud noise, as of an explosion.
      2. A sudden loud blow or bump.
      3. A sudden burst of action:
      1. To beat forcefully; thrash.
      2. To strike with a hard blow:
      3. To defeat thoroughly.
      1. To direct or carry from a lower to a higher position; raise:
      2. To transport by air:
      3. To revoke by taking back; rescind:
    See also:

    excite

  2. A nervous shaking of the body

      1. To draw, pull, or move suddenly and sharply; jerk:
      2. To move jerkily or spasmodically.
      3. To ache sharply from time to time; twinge.
      1. A shaking or vibrating movement, as of the earth.
      2. An involuntary trembling or quivering, as of the hands.
      3. A state or feeling of nervousness, worry, or excitement:
      1. A habitual spasmodic muscular movement or contraction, usually of the face or extremities.
      2. To have a tic; produce tics.
      1. To shiver convulsively, as from fear or revulsion.
      2. To vibrate; quiver:
      3. A convulsive shiver, as from fear or revulsion.
      1. To shake or tremble, as from cold or fear.
      2. To quiver or vibrate, as by the force of the wind.
      3. To cause (a sail) to flutter by sailing too close to the wind.
      1. To cause to move from side to side or up and down with jerky movements:
      2. To cause to tremble, vibrate, or rock:
      3. To brandish or wave, especially in anger:
      1. To shake with a slight, rapid, tremulous movement.
      2. To tremble, as from cold or strong emotion.
      3. The act or motion of quivering.
      1. To shake or tremble, as from instability or shock.
      2. To shiver or shudder, as with cold or from strong emotion.
      3. An instance of quaking.
    See also:

    repetition

Another word for thrill

Noun
Verb
  1. To excite

      1. To impose a duty, responsibility, or obligation on:
      2. To instruct or urge authoritatively; command:
      3. To instruct (a jury) about the law, its application, and the weighing of evidence.
      1. To wake (someone) up.
      2. To cause (someone) to be active, attentive, or excited; stir up.
      3. To give rise to; bring about:
      1. To affect, guide, or arouse by divine influence.
      2. To fill with enlivening or exalting emotion:
      3. To stimulate to action; motivate:
      1. To give life to; fill with life:
      2. To impart interest or zest to; enliven:
      3. To fill with spirit, courage, or resolution:
    See also:

    excite

  2. To become excited

      1. To shake or tremble, as from cold or fear.
      2. To quiver or vibrate, as by the force of the wind.
      3. To cause (a sail) to flutter by sailing too close to the wind.
      1. To stimulate by touching lightly; tickle.
      2. To excite (another) pleasurably, superficially or erotically.
      3. To excite another, especially in a superficial, pleasurable manner:
      1. To move with a slight tremulous motion; tremble, shake, or quiver.
      2. To beat with excessive rapidity; throb.
      1. To move back and forth or to and fro, especially rhythmically and rapidly:
      2. To progress in a given direction while moving back and forth rapidly:
      3. To be in a state of great activity, excitement, or agitation:
      1. To shine brightly and steadily, especially without a flame:
      2. To have a bright, warm, usually reddish color:
      3. To flush; blush.
      1. To breathe rapidly in short gasps, as after exertion.
      2. To beat loudly or heavily; throb or pulsate.
      3. To give off loud puffs, especially while moving.
      1. To wave or flap rapidly in an irregular manner:
      2. To fly by a quick light flapping of the wings.
      3. To flap the wings without flying.
      1. To shake with a slight, rapid, tremulous movement.
      2. To tremble, as from cold or strong emotion.
      3. The act or motion of quivering.
      1. To have the sensation of being tapped or poked lightly with many needles in a certain area of the body, often caused by the cold, a sharp slap, or excitement:
      2. To cause such a sensation:
      3. To cause to tingle.