Examples of tingle in a Sentence
My arm was numb and tingling.
awoke to the steady pitter-patter of raindrops tingling on the rooftop
Recent Examples of tingle from the Web
On Sunday, April 29, the Charles Cheney Inn, 131 Hartford Road, will host a dinner for those who love darkly themed music and participating in a spine tingling historical mystery.
Though there have been several jaw-dropping and spine-tingling scenes, here’s a look back at the most scandalous happenings ahead of the series finale.
Music-Murder-Mystery MANCHESTER — On Sunday, April 29, the Charles Cheney Inn, 131 Hartford Road, will host a dinner for those who love darkly themed music and participating in a spine tingling historical mystery.
Weakness and tingling in your extremities are usually the first symptoms, which could eventually paralyze the entire body.
Spines tingled from provocation, not the least of which was mine, then a 10-year-old boy listening to a hip-hop album with intent for the first time.
Others may feel tingling pain or sensitivity across a band of skin, usually on one side of the body.
Anfield was brimming with a spine-tingling atmosphere as the match got off to an intense start, with both teams prepared to battle it out.
Age of Heroes If your Spidey sense is tingling, here’s why: Iron Man, Black Panther and many more of the world’s mightiest heroes, live on stage, fighting to (no doubt) save the world.
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TINGLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tingle for English Language Learners
: to have a feeling like the feeling of many small sharp points pressing into your skin
: to feel an emotion (such as excitement) very strongly
TINGLE Defined for Kids
Definition of tingle for Students
- Back and forth the ball flew until Henry's hands began to tingle from the smack of leather against them.
- —Beverly Cleary, Henry Huggins
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