athrill

athrill

(əˈθrɪl)
adj
excited or thrilled
adv
in a thrilling or exciting manner
References in classic literature ?
As Anne would have said at one time, it was "an epoch in her life," and she was deliciously athrill with the excitement of it.
ATHRILL seeking outdoor adventurer may not seem the obvious person to develop a company dedicated to improving health and safety.
So, believe me, it was athrill to beat the microphone for a crucial game against FC United a couple of weeks ago - and guess what after waiting 55 years it was 0-0!
Sometimes, however, she is fervent, vibrant, athrill with what the French aptly call joie de vivre.
ATHRILL her with a Dance To France trip on October 4.
Hay believes Burns has inspired an influx of youngsters to follow in his footsteps and get athrill from playing for Celtic.
Athrilled Adlington said: "We are both so happy to have two British girls on the podium.