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
Todd Malland of the Manchester Township police said the woman, who remained unnamed, felt a tingling in her hand and arm but didn't lose consciousness and wasn't knocked to the ground.
Prepare to tingle with glee all over again — Jelly Beam officially launches at Sephora.com today.
While most people may develop itchy skin, tingling in their face, or hives some will experience more serious anaphylaxis, a life-threatening reaction that could cause death, according to LiveStrong.
Poppy’s voice has the soothing affect of an A.S.M.R. video, those recordings of rustles and whispers capable of evoking tingling sensations on the back of your neck.
By this point, my other ankle had started to tingle (both eventually swelled to the size of a grapefruit, and my left knee was significantly inflamed, looking as though a softball had lodged itself behind the kneecap).
Every Man Jack’s shower gel retails in various scents, but our favorite is the skin-tingling eucalyptus and mint.
On Tuesday, People reports, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were paying a visit to an elementary school in Coventry when Middleton's mom senses started tingling.
The first symptom of frostbite is probably one most people are familiar with: a little bit of numbness or tingling in the toes or fingers.
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Origin and Etymology of tingle
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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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