EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TICKLISH
You left off in the most ticklish place possible, out of spite, I do believe.
They're so ticklish ever since they got the 'abit, war-time, o' mindin' wot people said.
These are ticklish times; I was anxious to see that this youth's pass was regular.
"Ticklish job that, on a falling tide," said the mate, coolly.
To hiss the curate, 'tis a ticklish sort of a job after that.
Aye, but your Action of the Case in this Point is too ticklish.
I have done so without a murmur, although it puts me into a ticklish position.
It is a ticklish operation and the paper is easily torn if too thin or too damp.
All three of the lads realized that it was a ticklish moment.
Poor Aspinall was on the tight-rope again, at the most ticklish part.
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