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thrill

noun [C]     /θrɪl/
C1 a feeling of extreme excitement, usually caused by something pleasant: the thrill of winning a competition So why do people still go hunting - is it the thrill of the chase? It gave me a real thrill to see her again after so many years. The video shows the thrills and spills (= excitement and accidents) of motor racing.Excitement, interest, energy and enthusiasm
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