Some articles on thrill:
... In the early 1970s what later became Thrill-Ville USA opened as a go-cart track ... The park was renamed as Thrill-Ville USA in the early 1990s ... In 1995, Thrill-Ville was allowed to stay open after meeting a variety of conditions set by the county including noise abatement and establishing a parking plan ...
... The Thrill of It All is a 1963 film starring Doris Day and James Garner ... The Thrill of It All may also refer to The Thrill of It All (Roxy Music album), a 1995 box set The Thrill of It All (Thunder album) "The Thrill of It All" (s ...
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... Pit er Pat has released music in the United States under the Thrill Jockey, Overcoat Recordings, Mythologies and BAROS records, and in Japan through the Headz label. 2004 Shakey (CD/LP) - Thrill Jockey - 2005 3D Message EP (CD) - Thrill Jockey - 2006 Pyramids (CD/LP) - Thrill Jockey - 2006 "Feel No Pain" (CD) - Self-Released ...
... Thrill-Ville USA was an amusement park in Turner, Oregon, United States ... The park also had an area called "Thrill-Zone" which included a Sky Coaster, Big Sling ride, SCAD Freefall Tower, and Turbo Force ...
More definitions of "thrill":
- (noun): An almost pleasurable sensation of fright.
Synonyms: frisson, shiver, chill, quiver, shudder, tingle
- (noun): Something that thrills.
Example: "The thrills of space travel"
- (verb): Cause to be thrilled by some perceptual input.
Example: "The men were thrilled by a loud whistle blow"
Famous quotes containing the word thrill:
“If you are not proud of your cellar, there is no thrill of satisfaction in seeing your guest hold up his wine-glass to the light and look judicial.”
—George Eliot [Mary Ann (or Marian)
“Mere alcohol doesnt thrill me at all.”
—Cole Porter (18931964)
“It is hard to describe the thrill of creative joy which the artist feels when the conviction seizes her that at last she has caught the very soul of the character she wishes to portray, in the music and action which reveal it.”
—Maria Jeritza (18871982)