thrilly

thrilly

(ˈθrɪlɪ)
adj, -lier or -liest
causing thrills or having thrilling attributes
References in classic literature ?
I just tremble when I think of it, but it's a nice thrilly kind of tremble.
It was thrilly Lily Allen on the main stage as the pop babe weaved through a series of her chart-topping hits sending the packed masses into a frenzy, kicking off with the cheeky Everybody's At It.
Thrilly wonga Curvy Kelly Brook, one of the UK's most successful models, lies on a heap of dollar bills wearing nothing but heels and a bling ring
ZIG OF THE DUMP: Moment he tells Chan it's over; THRILLY BOY: Billi poses