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(noun) a brief moment of emotional excitement; shudder thrill

Highlighted phrases


These girls create a Hollywood frisson by the pool

—p.214 Ten Notes on Oscar Weekend (212) by Zadie Smith
6 years ago

The pastoral eternity of this view was made poignant, all the same, by a modern frisson

—p.14 Notes on a Suicide (13) missing author
3 years, 6 months ago

one can't help but experience a puritanical frisson

on Mad Men

—p.146 The Perverse Allure of Messy Lives (145) by Katie Roiphe
5 years, 9 months ago

there is a certain frisson in seeing a major Hollywood film refusing to unequivocally condemn terrorism

—p.165 Dis-identity Politics (165) by Mark Fisher
4 years, 5 months ago

A frisson of euphoria and disgust

—p.128 Commodity of Doom (126) missing author
1 year, 6 months ago

the frisson of the two

—p.39 by Rachel Kushner
3 years, 5 months ago

both the emotional credibility of conventional realism and a frisson of postmodern wordply

—p.274 Paul Auster's Shallowness (265) by James Wood
5 years, 9 months ago

it gave me an indescribable frisson to cock a snook at the official channels

—p.421 by Helen DeWitt
7 months, 3 weeks ago

Being one of three females in the program also gave her a little frisson.

—p.146 OLIVIA VANDERGRIFF (145) by Richard Powers
3 years, 2 months ago

this anticommodification style would lend itself to a commodification that offered an anticommodification frisson among its features

—p.19 The Accidental Neoliberal (15) by Jedediah Purdy
2 years, 5 months ago

the cold frisson of Franklin morbidly displacing the erotic potential of sexual attraction

—p.28 Notes on Trap (25) by n+1
4 years ago