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- n. A tingling sensation; pins and needles.
- v. Present participle of tingle.
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- adj. exciting by touching lightly so as to cause laughter or twitching movements
- n. a somatic sensation as from many tiny prickles
Sorry, no etymologies found.
It tricks the brain, replacing her pain signals with what she describes as a tingling sensation.
Titans left guard Jacob Bell will have tests for what team officials called a '' burner, '' a neck injury resulting in tingling or burning.
They are there, waiting backstage: eyes wide, breath quick, skin tingling, stomach twisting because they are attempting to fly without a net.
The sight of grizzlies always brings a certain tingling to the scalp and spine, and given the female grizzly's reputation for defending her young with awesome ferocity, it was just as well that those three were well over a mile away.
They called the tingling and burning in my legs phantom feeling, in case I took it to mean I would walk again.
There is something skin tingling about saying those words, “I’m a writer.”
The tingling was the result of a growing fluid-filled bubble in his spine called a syrinx, also caused by the constriction.
The paresthesias which the victim usually describes as a tingling or prickling sensation may subsequently involve the fingers and toes, then spread to other portions of the extremities and gradually develop into severe numbness.
Pale pet, red pet, pink pet, blue pet, white pet, dark pet, real pet, fresh pet, all the tingling is the weeding, the close pressing is the tasting.
The sensation, which happens without warning, is usually painless and described as tingling or numbness, skin crawling, or itching.