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Thrill vs Electrify vs Enthuse

Thrillelectrifyenthuse are comparable when the mean to fill with emotions that stir or excite physically and mentally or to be stirred by such emotions.

Thrill suggests pervasion by emotions that set one atingle or aquiver (as with pleasure, horror, or excitement); commonly it implies an agreeable sensation even when the exciting cause is potentially distressing or painful.

Electrify differs from thrill in suggesting effects comparable to those produced by an electric current that shocks rather than stuns; it implies a sudden, startling, and violent stimulation by a power that for the time being holds one obedient to its will or under its sway.

Enthuse can be used effectively in respect to an arousing of enthusiasm in someone or an experiencing of enthusiasm about something.