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My arms broke out in goose bumps when the Moses solos filled the hall with rich notes.
That passage gives me goose bumps, a credit to Koryta’s descriptive powers.
Once again, the homestretch duels between the United States and Jamaica, with fans of both countries yelling their lungs out, will generate plenty of goose bumps.
Sure, the goose bumps still hit all the way up through the high school days, but nervousness transformed into confidence.
Lots of the kids are all right (some are more than all right), and there are even a few goose bump moments.
There has never been such an exciting 4½ minutes, never been so many tears or goose bumps or chills as Galindo caused.
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Definition of goose bumps for English Language Learners
: small bumps on your skin that are caused by cold, fear, or a sudden feeling of excitement
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