- v cause to be thrilled by some perceptual input
- v feel sudden intense sensation or emotion
- v tremble convulsively, as from fear or excitement
- v fill with sublime emotion
- s causing a surge of emotion or excitement
a thrilling performer to watch
- s causing quivering or shivering as by cold or fear or electric shock
a thrilling wind blew off the frozen lake
- It was thrilling to see so much of her work in one place.
- A thrilling landing on Martian ice that was over before it began.
- This could be Mad Max, or it could be Samuel Beckett; it's certainly as thrilling as the one and as emotionally costly as the other.
- Jerry Bruckheimer in New York Times
We worked hard to bring audiences right into the thrilling, high-powered world of Nascar racing,the producer Jerry Bruckheimer said. "I'm really pleased that the film has taken on a life of its own and, like Nascar, stood the test of time,...
- Shimon Peres in International Herald Tribune
Israeli President Shimon Peres, who invited Benedict to visit, called the trip "an important and thrilling event of the first order, that emanates a wind of peace and hope."
- Edie Falco in Enews 2.0
Edie Falco said that the Sopranos experience was "rich and full. The challenge has been finding something else that would excite me. This character and the writing are truly thrilling."