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thrilled

[ thrild ]
/ θrɪld /
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adjective
feeling very pleased or happily excited; delighted: Following her exhilarating concert and a standing ovation, a visibly thrilled Ms. Anton sat down with the Times for an exclusive interview.
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Origin of thrilled

OTHER WORDS FROM thrilled

un·thrilled, adjective
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