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
The latest rainbow hair look to take over Instagram has our spidey senses tingling — in a good way, of course.
Other symptoms include skin irritation, nausea, numbness, tingling and dizziness that can cause difficulty breathing or heart problems.
Loki (Tom Hiddleston) has the tesseract, Peter Parker is on a school bus and sees his armhair is tingling (Spider-sense?
Spidey's romance senses first started tingling in 2001, when Tobey Maguire starred as the web slinger in the first modern, live-action Spider-Man movie.
It's got all the spine-tingling excitement of a Scooby-Doo cartoon.
Multiple sclerosis patients typically experience prickly, tingling, dulled, or lost sensation in their arms, hands, feet, legs or face.
His work ranged from eye-tingling abstractions that emphasized color and pattern to create illusions of radiant light that buzzed on the retina.
And according to Chinese cookbook author Grace Young, The Mala Market, is the place for premium-grade Sichuan peppercorns—essential for a tongue-tingling mapo tofu—in the U.S.
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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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