UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈθrɪld/

WordReference English Collocations © 2020


Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. the thrilled [fans, spectators, students, winners]
  2. was thrilled with the [result, display, performance]
  3. her parents were thrilled with her [grades, progress, improvement]
  4. [felt, was] thrilled at winning [the competition, a place, the prize]
  5. was (not) thrilled to [hear, see, learn] that
  6. [will, would] be thrilled to help (out)
  7. I am absolutely thrilled!
  8. UK: I'm thrilled to bits!
  9. you could look a bit more thrilled about it!
WordReference English Collocations © 2020


Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. a thrill of [excitement, happiness, nervousness]
  2. felt a thrill [rushing, running] through her
  3. gave me a thrill to [see, go, try, meet]
  4. do it for the thrill
  5. for the [sheer, pure] thrill of it
  6. was a thrill to see you (again)
  7. the thrill of [seeing]
  8. the thrill of the [ride, chase]
  9. always gets a thrill out of
  10. has never been a thrill to me
  11. thrill and [excitement, delight, adventure, entertainment]
  12. so, how do you get your thrills?
  13. I get my thrills by
  14. is just a cheap thrill
  15. [offer, give, want] cheap thrills
  16. a [story, movie, ride] full of thrills
  1. thrill the [audience, spectators]
  2. [he, the magician, the artist] thrilled his [audience]
  3. the [idea, kiss, good news] thrilled her
  4. he was thrilled by the [idea, prospect]
  5. the [shock, pleasure] thrilled through her
n as adj
  1. thrill seekers
  2. go on a thrill ride
  3. a thrill-a-minute ride
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