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adrenaline rush

[ uh-dren-l-in ruhsh ]
/ əˈdrɛn l ɪn ˌrʌʃ /
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noun
a sudden, intense feeling of exhilaration or excitement caused by or as if by a surge of adrenaline: It's the adrenaline rush and the intensity of the competition that I most look forward to.These folks eat, breathe, and sleep roller coasters and can never get enough of an adrenaline rush.
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Origin of adrenaline rush

First recorded in 1965–70
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