Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
OE. thrillen, þirlen, þurlen, to pierce; all probably fr. AS. þyrlian, þyrelian, Fr. þyrel, pierced; as a noun, a hole, fr. þurh, through; probably akin to D. drillen, to drill, to bore. √53. See Through, and cf. Drill to bore, Nostril Trill to trickle
The building was a mass of throbbing humanity, and, over all, the hum of the thrilling wonder of peace and victory!
"The Clansman" by Thomas Dixon
He has furnished me with the only thrill that I have felt since we left New York!
"'Firebrand' Trevison" by Charles Alden Seltzer
She was touched with a little thrill of exultation.
"The Pagan Madonna" by Harold MacGrath
A sudden idea thrilled Mark, an idea that he was ashamed of almost before it had come into his mind.
"The Slave of Silence" by Fred M. White
This peculiar circumstance caused a wild thrill to flash all through Larkin's being.
"The Free Range" by Francis William Sullivan
The air is filled with thrilling and most incredible stories, but none of them have as yet been confirmed.
"The Johnstown Horror" by James Herbert Walker
Two spirits on the scene of Grandpa Woggles' passing made the story more interesting, more thrilling.
"Rose O'Paradise" by Grace Miller White
You have thrilled me.
"The Light of the Star" by Hamlin Garland
I might say thrill them enough, for your trapeze act will have to be mostly thrills, I take it.
"Joe Strong on the Trapeze" by Vance Barnum
In a vague way it thrilled her, even if she did not understand.
"A Little Girl in Old Philadelphia" by Amanda Minnie Douglas
Thrilling against the morning,
As audible as song,
I heard the city waken
Out of her night of wrong.
"The Pirates" by DuBose Heyward
And there are hearts that ever thrill
With friendship warm and glowing,
And joys unseared by sorrow's chill
With hallowed truth o'erflowing.
"Autumn" by William James Jones
Who that has felt thy glance of dread
Thrill through his heart's remotest cells,
About his path, about his bed,
Can doubt what spirit in thee dwells?
"St. Bartholomew" by John Keble
From out the silence came a voice--
A voice that thrilled me through and through,
And said, "Alas, is this your choice?
For he is false and I was true."
"Heloise" by Hanford Lennox Gordon
God comes closer to me here --
Back of ev'ry rose leaf there
He is hiding -- and the air
Thrills with calls to holy prayer;
Earth grows far, and heaven near.
"St. Mary's" by Abram Joseph Ryan
And then—Heaven gave me strength, I think—
I stood before them calm and still;
You might have thought my tranquil breast
Had never known one passion-thrill.
"Rose In The Garden" by Horatio Alger Jr
NASA officials and private spaceflight supporters also thrilled by Dragon capsule's liftoff.
Comic-Con 2012: 'Hobbit' Footage Thrills With Elves , Giants and Orlando Bloom.
Pixar's enchanting 'Up' is a thrilling adventure and a touching comedy, too.
PRODUCTS & PROMOTIONS: FRAGRANT AND PRACTICAL ENERGIZING COLLECTIBLE THRILL RIDE.
The primaries have been thrilling, marked by surging voter participation.
This weekend, 007 himself is coming to T4, brandishing his license to thrill.
Stanford was thrilling and one to enjoy.
"Looper" Movie Review: Time Travel Is Thrilling Again.
Astronomers thrilled at sighting of methane on distant planet.
Why a possible Mitt Romney presidency thrills many Mormons.
When Maureen Dunn started her Mata Traders, a vintage-inspired, artisan-made Indian imports business, she was excited and thrilled about bringing beautiful eastern textiles and jewelry to Chicago.
Hughes thrilled with unexpected goal.
And the world, thrillingly, mostly yawned.
When I heard that Rolling Video Games of Texoma was coming to the Wichita Falls area I was thrilled to say the least.
Shia LaBeouf has thrilled fans by stripping down in a new music video.
Although the chances are very small that another planet has developed the exact same vegetation as Earth, finding the same signatures would be thrilling, but might be unlikely.
Coronographic Methods for the Detection of Terrestrial Planets
Much to my delight, the proof I came up with used Pascal’s Hexagon Theorem. A few years later, I learned of the theory of conics in the complex pro jective plane. I attempted to translate my proof for the circle into this more general setting, and was thrilled to see that it worked very naturally.
Pascal's Hexagon Theorem implies a Butterfly Theorem in the Complex Projective Plane
Note that this simple graph is far from trivial for routing, see, e.g., the thrilling one-turn routing conjecture in , which is, to the best of our knowledge still open.
Randomized Rounding for Routing and Covering Problems: Experiments and Improvements
There is no doubt that for the scientists working in the ﬁeld of what is now called “Particle Astrophysics” the near future will be a thrilling period where a large variety of models or theories will be confronted with high-quality and highstatistical data brought by a new generation of detectors.
Physics of Extremely High Energy Cosmic Rays
Ultimately, we may therefore even hope to use the accumulated understanding of the cosmic structure formation process towards solving the thrilling riddles of the very nature and origin of the Cosmos itself.
Report to Anaximander: A Dialogue on the Origin of the Cosmos in the Cradle of Western Civilization