thrill at (something)

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thrill at (something)

To experience a sudden rush of pleasure, delight, or excitement upon witnessing or experiencing something. I always get a kick out of the students moving up here from the Sun Belt who thrill at the sight of snow for the first time. The audience thrilled at the death-defying feats of the acrobats.
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thrill at someone or something

to become excited by someone or something. The opera was mystically intoxicating, and the audience thrilled at the tenor lead. We thrilled at the agility of the dancers.
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