adrenaline rush


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adrenaline rush

A sudden increase in energy or vivacity resulting from a moment of danger or intense activity. I've never had an adrenaline rush like I had from skydiving; I was buzzing with energy for hours afterward!
See also: adrenaline, rush
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Every year we strive to bring the best of the best from the global technology arena and this VR experience was perfect attraction to give an adrenaline rush to our visitors.
They usually come in groups of five people who have something in common-the search for adrenaline rush.
If you enjoy making new friends, eating free food, and getting involved, then Adrenaline Rush is for you
We have to hope that their first international tournament will be a huge adrenaline rush for them.
Last week, on January 30, 2014, VGTel's distribution partner, Los Angeles-based K2 Communications, agreed to terms for a licensing deal for Adrenaline Rush 4K with the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI).
This adrenaline rush happens differently in each individual.
We were feeling good and at the same time we had an adrenaline rush that a lioness was walking so close to us and was staring at us.
Many people choose to enjoy extreme sports because of the adrenaline rush it gives them.
DAREDEVILS can get an adrenaline rush and raise money for charity by taking part in a sky dive.
Riding down hill or through rough terrain can give you a huge adrenaline rush and a good ride can be very exciting.
Ben of Bishop Auckland, County Durham, said: "Dad's told us what an amazing adrenaline rush you get.
There are other ways to get an adrenaline rush without a ton of sirloin running at you.
Perhaps traders and dancers operate similarly when it comes to the adrenaline rush of a company's performance?
THIS group of students get high on an adrenaline rush when they take up positions behind fortifications, shoulder guns and fire at students from rival universities.
Any action hero who gets to do her own stunts--but only because of the adrenaline rush.