adrenaline junkie, daring, adventurous
There are four phonemes in the word 'thrill'.
The word 'thrill' is both a noun (thrill, thrills) and a verb (thrill, thrills, thrilling, thrilled).The noun forms of the verb 'to thrill' are thriller and the gerund, thrilling.
Some synonyms for the word "thrill" are excite, titillate, stimulate, and pleasure. A thrill seeker is one who looks for experiences that will offer excitement and adventure.
Synonyms for hedonist include, but are not limited to, pleasureseeker, bon vivant, thrill-seeker, debauchee, and voluptuary.
No, the word 'thrilled' is the past participle, past tense of the verb to thrill. The past participle of the verb is also an adjective.The word thrill is a noun as a word for the source or cause of excitement or emotion; a word for an emotion.The noun forms of the verb to thrill are thriller and the gerund, thrilling.
exalt, elate, throb.
I will thrill you. Its THRILL.
Synonyms for to delight would include, to thrill.
The likely word is "adventurous" (bold, thrill-seeking).
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thrill, stir, provoke, animate, rouse, inflame, arouse, exhilarate, stimulate, titillate
A thrill is an experience that is intensely enjoyable.
No, tenses - The thrill has gone. The thrill is going.
Vic Thrill is 6'.
A thrill factor is an excitement that you have. If someone has a thrill factor then they have a spark in them or an exciting factor about them. I'm the best. LOL
No. Thrill can be a verb (to excite or delight) or a noun (a thrilling feeling). It is a noun adjunct in terms such as thrill seekers and thrill rides. The participles of the verb (thrilled, thrilling) can be used as adjectives.
Thrilling is an adjective of the verb thrill. Some adjectives that can modify the noun thrill are: better, best, great, greatest.