electrifying vs thrilling what difference

what is difference between electrifying and thrilling

English

Verb

electrifying

  1. present participle of electrify

Adjective

electrifying (comparative more electrifying, superlative most electrifying)

  1. that electrifies
  2. thrilling or startling


English

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ˈθɹɪlɪŋ/
  • Rhymes: -ɪlɪŋ

Verb

thrilling

  1. present participle of thrill

Adjective

thrilling (comparative more thrilling, superlative most thrilling)

  1. Causing a feeling of sudden excitement.

Synonyms

  • See also Thesaurus:exciting

Noun

thrilling (plural thrillings)

  1. A thrill.
    • 1912, William Hope Hodgson, The Night Land
      [] my heart told me that she did all be stirred with small thrillings of defiance unto me, and with thrillings of love []

Italian

Etymology

Borrowed from English thrilling.

Adjective

thrilling (invariable)

  1. thrilling
  2. (relational) thriller

Noun

thrilling m (invariable)

  1. thriller (film, book etc)
  2. thrill

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