Frisson sentence examples

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  • frisson of excitement.

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  • frisson of fear descend his spine.

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  • Our job is to create that frisson of excitement that made IMHX 2004 so great.

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  • Mr Jones felt a frisson of fear descend his spine.

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  • And yet whenever I see the Festival program for the first time I get the same frisson of excitement and anticipation.

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  • frisson of anticipation as the big night approaches!

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  • Many of the guests are TV stars in the US, which adds a frisson for American site visitors.

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  • There is a special frisson on reading obits like the one of William Donaldson in the Telegraph.

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  • frisson of potential danger.

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  • The moment when the collective witches took off their wigs caused a real frisson!

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  • The erotic frisson of later Draculas isn't found here.

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  • frisson of tension.

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  • The illusion of intimacy also embraces the suggestion of sexual frisson between the leading actors.

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  • Lack of lights, helmets or indeed any caving gear whatsoever added a certain frisson to the trip.

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  • There was a real frisson about the old arena.

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  • Gheeraerts clearly intended an erotic frisson, and the lady's smile may convey a tacit acknowledgment of her delight in display.

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  • The age of their climbing harnesses and their ability to put them on back to front gave an added frisson of excitement.

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  • It's not obtrusive, or geeky, but it's an extra little frisson for the fans.

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  • frisson of anxiety.

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