Definitions

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  • adjective full of excitement; thrilled

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Mr. Ross-Ellison had lunched with the Dearmans, had brought Mr.. Dearman to the Horse Show, and was settling down, after she had welcomed her guests, to a delightful, entrancing, and thrillful afternoon with her -- to be broken but while he showed his horse -- when he had been early and utterly routed by the General.

    Driftwood Spars The Stories of a Man, a Boy, a Woman, and Certain Other People Who Strangely Met Upon the Sea of Life

  • He remembered how he had stood, a small, thrillful boy, prepared to follow the dingy lady upon the white horse, or the band in its faded chariot.

    The Red Badge of Courage

  • He remembered how he had stood, a small, thrillful boy, prepared to follow the dingy lady upon the white horse, or the band in its faded chariot.

    The Red Badge of Courage

  • He remembered how he had stood, a small, thrillful boy, prepared to follow the dingy lady upon the white horse, or the band in its faded chariot.

    The Red Badge of Courage

  • He remembered how he had stood, a small, thrillful boy, prepared to follow the dingy lady upon the white horse, or the band in its faded chariot.

    The Red Badge of Courage

  • He remembered how he had stood, a small, thrillful boy, prepared to follow the dingy lady upon the white horse, or the band in its faded chariot.

    The Red Badge of Courage

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