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tick·ling

(tik'ling),
Denoting a peculiar itching or tingling sensation caused by excitation of surface nerves, as of the skin by light stroking.

tickling

a gentle stimulation of the skin surface that produces pleasurable reflexes.

tickling

(tik'ling)
Gentle stimulation of a sensitive surface and its reflex effect, such as involuntary laughter. Synonym: titillation

tick·ling

(tik'ling)
Denoting a peculiar itching or tingling sensation caused by excitation of surface nerves, as of the skin by light stroking.
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A bit like that tickly cough, this problem is not going to go away.
And, as Ferguson would say, it is already getting tickly.
Benylin Tickly Coughs (non-drowsy) (not to be given under 12 months)
Major launches have also come from Calpol, which claims its new symptom-specific products GSL CalCough, available in Chesty and Tickly variants, and CalCold will grow the kids' medicine market by 4-5% bringing an additional 6.
Dr Martin Lee, of the local NHS England team, said: "This time of year is peak season for patients with hay fever, asthma and eczema who can struggle with runny noses, itchy eyes and tickly throats.
HERE'S how you can treat those common health niggles with foods Dark chocolate for tickly coughs Theobromine found in chocolate is nearly a third more effective at stopping persistent coughs than codeine, a study carried out by Imperial College London found.
Even then it can be a tricky operation as most dogs have very tickly feet and hate them being touched, even more so if they have been caught in the quick in the past.
I'd carry around a small jar in my rucksack with a teaspoon and nibble on some when my throat felt tickly.
It was quite tickly although it wasn't moving too much.
Sarah continued to smoke after the antibiotics failed to dislodge the persistent tickly cough that racked her body.
They include Beechams, Veno's Honey and Lemon, Benylin, Tickly Coughs, CalCough, TicklyCare, Glycerin Lemon & Honey with Glucose, although none should be given to babies under one year old.
Available next month, new Calpol Night, CalCold and CalCough, in Chesty and Tickly variants, will be backed by a multimillion-pound marketing campaign, including advertising.