Definition of 'tingly'
Example sentences containing 'tingly'
GOING OUT (2002)
For the first five minutes of the journey the movement was delicious and tingly but now it's making him feel sick.GOING OUT (2002)
My all-night Manuscript marathon had been snack-free, so as well as feeling tingly from fatigue I was also amazingly hungry.MUSIC FOR BOYS (2002)
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