thrill-n; 3 Senses

Sense Number 1: personal sensation of intense, pleasurable excitement

Commentary: THRILL[+state][+personal][+sensation][+excitement][+intense][+pleasurable]
NOTE: refers to the personal sensations of an individual - X[+recipient] HAS THRILL

A thrill of excitement rushed through him as he took the controls of the fighter jet.
The film describes a woman who gets her thrills from dating potentially dangerous strangers.

PropBank: thrill.01
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1, 2

Sense Number 2: an external event which is exhilarating

Commentary: THRILL[+event][+external][+experience][+exhilarating]
NOTE: refers to event causing sensation - X{+agent} BE THRILL (for Y{+recipient})

The astronaut said the thrills of space travel far outweighed the risks.
I don't think the roller coaster will be enough of a thrill for these teenagers.

PropBank: thrill.01
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 3

Sense Number 3: a cardiac resonance detected via a stethoscope

Commentary: THRILL[+event][+physiological][+cardiac][+resonance][+detected][+by_stethoscope]
NOTE: medical usage

A thrill is a palpable vibration that is associated with a hear murmur.
The thrill is communicated through the chest wall.

PropBank: NM
WordNet 0.0 Sense Numbers: 1d