One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A person who is eager to take part in exciting activities that involve physical risk.‘thrill seekers are paying big bucks to swim with great white sharks’
- ‘Thrill seekers can get a bigger rush for fewer bucks as National Roller Coaster Day is celebrated with discounted rates.’
- ‘My favorite water ride is probably the wimpiest one in the park, but I'm not much of a thrill seeker.’
- ‘A self-confessed thrillseeker, he has previously suffered "heaps" of motorcycle injuries and a serious skydiving accident.’
- ‘The area is a hotbed for skydiving, and attracts thrill seekers from around the world.’
- ‘With locations like Canyonlands National Park, the entire state has become a mecca for thrill seekers.’
- ‘The British thrill seeker faced his greatest fear when he came across a deadly, six metre anaconda in the murky Amazon River.’
- ‘You don't have to be a thrill-seeker to explore the beautiful limestone caves of Fiji, but it helps!’
- ‘I'm so happy that our kids are thrill seekers—they'd be having such a boring holiday otherwise, holding our bags while Bruce and I go on all the rides!’
- ‘The 53-year-old thrill-seeker endures extreme heat, toxic gases, and the risk of 'lava bombs' to catch the breathtaking moments.’
- ‘The amazing pictures show thrill seekers launching themselves off a Swiss cliff and free falling for 2000ft.’
- ‘Thrill seekers can zip down a 63 foot high, gravity-defying slide.’
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