/ əˈdrɛnəlɪn /


  1. a brand of adrenaline
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Example Sentences

In Musselman's case, the thrill is probably less about money than the adrenalin rush of a wildly successful gamble.

"The air was heavy and sweet with the sweat of adrenalin-fuelled bodies," she trills.

You cannot be in state of relaxation if you are close to someone in a state of adrenalin.

We sense, or imagine we do, the adrenalin pumping through her system and a sly wit informing her thoughts.

Equal parts humanitarian and adrenalin junkie, she works at a refugee center for undocumented women and children in Copenhagen.

This was long before the days of Dunbar's pollantin, Holbrook Curtis' ambrosia, adrenalin, and the modern vaccines.

Gonzales sat heavily in one of the leather chairs, began to fumble in his pocket for another adrenalin vial.

Every rustle of the pages seemed to release a fresh shot of adrenalin into his blood stream.

After weeks in the black, meeting a man who could pay a compliment without risking court-martial must be like a shot of adrenalin.

Hmorrhage is easily controlled by pressure and the use of adrenalin.





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