Definition of thrillingly in English:

thrillingly

Pronunciation /ˈθrɪlɪŋli//ˈθrɪlɪŋli/

adverb

  • See thrilling

    • ‘Tahitians seem to live to eat; stand next to your average Tahitian lady and you'll feel thrillingly slim, and as most of the food is imported from France, a visit to a Vaitape supermarket is reminiscent of your day trip to Boulogne.’
    • ‘Unusually perhaps for such an adhesive read, this is not exactly a thriller, rather a thrillingly evocative recreation of a few months in 1940, when the skies seemed dark and weighty with the country's future.’
    • ‘She maintains that, unlike her church-going parents, the majority of today's teens do not view sex as a moral issue, and therefore don't see premarital sex as thrillingly bad.’
    • ‘But something really should be done so that Europeans don't have to wait for another bout of buffoonery to put the EU's only directly elected institution briefly and thrillingly on the front pages.’
    • ‘His career, traced in the film until 1966, blazed a trail; thrillingly, he located his ecstatic, sexy rhythms in gospel music, hitherto restricted to churches.’
    • ‘As Ray makes clear, thrillingly at times, the subject's working life gives the biopic something to show, at any rate, but not necessarily a way to bring out character explicitly, in dialogue.’

Pronunciation

thrillingly

/ˈθrɪlɪŋli//ˈθrɪlɪŋli/