Thesaurus / tingle
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It glides on so smoothly and gives a little bit of a tingle.

When you wake up, you can feel a tingle along the skin between your fingers.

The first murderKatie McLeanAugust 19, 2020MIT Technology Review

Digby leaped nimbly aside, and hit his right arm a blow which made it tingle from the shoulder to the tips of the fingers.

Digby HeathcoteW.H.G. Kingston

From the time the sun went down there was a tingle of frost in the air.

He was pointing to Ethelinda, whose brain began to tingle at once with a delicious excitement.

For the first time now his blood began to tingle, and he entered into the wild, joyous enthusiasm of the race.

Robert's blood began to tingle with the activity, and his spirits rose.

The Masters of the PeaksJoseph A. Altsheler

Through my gloves I could feel the tingle of the over charged shield as it caught and absorbed the hostile bombardment.

His cry died off with a tingle in the china ornaments of the mantelpiece, and he remembered where he was.

The ManxmanHall Caine

She continued to tingle after he had jauntily departed with his basket and clattered away in his delivery wagon.

MissyDana Gatlin

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