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  • adj. Producing tingles or tingling sensations.


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  • In its place was a mercurial receiver who gave New England a kind of tingly excitement that felt thrilling but a little wrong.

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  • The first time I saw that data in a bar chart, I got that kind of tingly emotional reaction.

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  • "At first it was just kind of tingly but then (team trainer Tomoo Yamada) got a little bit of a pad on it and it helped me out."

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  • And more people would quit making fun of Tweetie, if he could bleach the "tingly" stains from his pants.

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  • In spite of the slightly astringent odor of the eucalyptus, there's no "tingly" feel when I scrub my skin with Action Wipes.

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  • It’s an interesting start of something… I guess lacking any actual research about penis enlargement, maybe one guy’s experiences will provide some kind of objectivity like this: "I noticed a "tingly" sensation in my penis when I got my first post-pill erection last night…" Pretty straightforward I guess.

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  • Anything that brings that tingly feeling of anxiousness I tend to stay away from.

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  • A network of tingly sensations traveled pleasantly through his stubble face.

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  • Actually an auto da fe is a fairly old transportation method and yet it resembles what they use in Star Trek sans the annoying tingly sounds.

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