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See also: Tingle
- (intransitive) To feel a prickling or mildly stinging sensation.
- My hands were tingling from the cold.
- I got hit in the butt yesterday, and it still tingles.
- 1913, Eleanor Porter, Pollyanna, Chapter 8:
- For five minutes Pollyanna worked swiftly, deftly, combing a refractory curl into fluffiness, perking up a drooping ruffle at the neck, or shaking a pillow into plumpness so that the head might have a better pose. Meanwhile the sick woman, frowning prodigiously, and openly scoffing at the whole procedure, was, in spite of herself, beginning to tingle with a feeling perilously near to excitement.
- (transitive) To cause to feel a prickling or mildly stinging sensation.
- Tingle your tastebuds with these exotic dishes.
- (intransitive) To ring, to tinkle.
- (transitive) To cause to ring, to tinkle.
- (intransitive) To make ringing sounds; to twang.
to have a prickling or mildly stinging sensation
to cause to feel a prickling or mildly stinging sensation
intransitive: to ring
transitive: to cause to ring
intransitive: to make ringing sounds — See also translations at twang
tingle (plural tingles)