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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
- adjective Extremely
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- adjective feeling intense pleasurable excitement
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I've been thrilled from the beginning just to be part of a wonderful team of writers, and that thrill not only remains, it increases with each week of coverage.
The 42 percent who are thrilled is down from 61 percent in January, when Obama was inaugurated.
By 14 July Carver was again "thrilled about the book," ready to defer to Lish's advice on some decisions, and (most important) focusing on specific changes rather than all the changes as a whole.
So, I wasn't exactly thrilled from the outset, but J-Lo being in it is enough to turn me off the idea completely.
I am deeply grateful, terribly flattered, and just plain thrilled silly.
The sound lie made as he said her name thrilled through her.
The word thrilled and thrilled through her being, and on every hand she noted the touch of Sandy Morley with tender appreciation.
The sound of the word thrilled them, intoxicated them, gave them an awful feeling that was at the same time, in some odd way, agreeable; it stirred them with a solemn and sombre passion.
The call thrilled an answering chord of defiance in every breast, and a low, ominous murmur swept through the hall.
The call thrilled an answering chord of defiance in every breast, and a low ominous murmur swept through the hall.