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tingly

adjective as in atingle

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Example Sentences

It feels tingly in a good way, and if a relative knocks on your bathroom door while you’re wearing it, you can yell, “I’M DOING A FACE MASK!”

I press down harder on the throttle until the bungalows on either side of the street slide through my peripheral vision in a blur and that tingly, champagne-like sensation—something right in the middle of peace and excitement—settles into my body.

That’s the tingly sensation you feel once the candy hits your spit-covered tongue.

"My heart sings, my soul roars, and I feel tingly good all over," raved the Post.

While that little feller was making that charge you could feel the air getting tingly, like it does before a rain storm.

In a couple of hours they feel tingly all over, and they know that there most be poisonous substances in their circulation.

And ten minutes later, when I'm shooed out, I'm feelin' so chesty and happy that I'm tingly all over.

He says that he no longer has the tingly feeling and he has no presentiment of evil, both of which I consider good signs.

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On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tingly, such as: excited, stimulated, and tingling.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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