Thrill

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Definition

to be thrilled (to announce): to be excited, very pleased, happy (to announce)
verb, idiom
I am thrilled that you like my new house!I hope you will visit me often!

to thrill: to excite, to please, to stimulate
verb
The rock band thrilled the audience with their music. Many members of the audience fainted due to the excitement!
a thriller a genre of books or movies with an atmosphere of excitement and suspense

a thrill: a pleasure, a sensation, a buzz
Pronunciation examples
UK: I'm thrilled to hear your good news!
US: I get a thrill out of scary movies.

Examples

  • "My boss will be thrilled that we've found a manufacturing source which meets all international labor standards and produces everything we need for so little!"
  • "Kevin : My boss will be thrilled that we've found a manufacturing source which meets all international labor standards and produces everything we need for so little!"
  • "Susie : That's thrilling."
  • "It was a year of thrills, laughs, suspense and drama, all directed by you, the amazing Gymglish studio audience!"
  • "You sir, you give him such a thrill"
  • "As you can see, the company has provided the requisite amount of alcohol and sustenance for you to quote unquote "enjoy yourselves", and yet it still seems that you are not 100% thrilled with the festivities!"
  • "We're thrilled as well Bruno."
  • "Delavigne is also thrilled to announce that world-famous model and actress Ivana Bümbüm has agreed in principle to represent the Delavigne Company in its upcoming advertising campaign, not only for TigerLily, but for all forthcoming campaigns."
  • "You and Daniel must be thrilled."

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