tickling[ tik-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF tickling
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TICKLING
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.
He left off tickling my feet, and asked me kindly what the matter was.
The room is quiet and in half-darkness, but the tickling has touched my nerves and I begin to awake.
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.