They scurried with tickling little feet and he could not sleep.
"Leave off, you're tickling me," cried she, laughing the louder.
"Just a tickling at the pap o' the hass," he said in English; and then we both laughed.
The dust from the Gryffons' cave still clung to him, tickling his nose.
There is scarcely anyone who may not, like a trout, be taken by tickling.
I must have left the window open, and a fly or a beetle had got in and was tickling my ear.
The room is quiet and in half-darkness, but the tickling has touched my nerves and I begin to awake.
He left off tickling my feet, and asked me kindly what the matter was.
I cough, I begin to have tickling in my throat and a difficulty in breathing.
He must seize what is tickling him, putting his hand rapidly to the irritant.