Had the adrenaline not flowed throughout my body in such a torrent, I might have felt the effects of the heatless room even more.
The monetary expansion has been like a shot of adrenaline, or caffeine.
The adrenaline rush of anticipation, the extra weight of fear as those men walked on into the unknown.
The free-range creativity is an enormous relief, a jolt of adrenaline.
Many of the predominately young demonstrators, however, seemed to be there to protest—and also for the adrenaline.
After the adrenaline rush of the emergency came the seemingly never-ending effort to clear away the debris.
"There's an adrenaline rush in being in war zones, and there's no doubt Lara thrived on it," says CBS News Chairman Jeff Fager.
When an animal becomes excited or frightened, it experiences a rush of adrenaline.
I felt my adrenaline fade, replaced by a strained feeling of boredom.
In the latter class are included such drugs as hydrastine and adrenaline.
adrenaline a·dren·a·line (ə-drěn'ə-lĭn)
Note: Adrenaline plays a very large role in the fight or flight reaction, which refers to the various processes that occur within the body when it is confronted with some form of mental or physical stress.
Note: Figuratively, the term adrenaline is used in speaking of a high state of excitement: “When the race began, the adrenaline really started pumping.”