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Thrill, 1) to affect with a sharp, shivering sensation running through the system: “to reside in --ing region of thick-ribbed ice,” Meas. III, 1, 123. “--ed with remorse,” Lr. IV, 2, 73.
2) to have a shivering sensation running through the system, to be chilled: “to t. and shake even at the crying of your nation's crow,” John V, 2, 143. “doth not thy blood t. at it?” H4A II, 4, 407. “I have a faint cold fear --s through my veins,” Rom. IV, 3, 15.
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