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tickle

(tĭk′l) [ME. tikelen]
1. Peculiar sensation caused by titillation or touching, esp. in certain areas of the body, resulting in reflex muscular movements, laughter, or other forms of emotional expression.
2. To arouse such a sensation by touching a surface lightly.
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50 at Asda with a 72p donation to Asda's Tickled Pink (supporting Breast Cancer Campaign and Breast Cancer Care)
He was having his first race for six months when running on into fourth behind Cecil's Tickled Pink in the Abernant at HQ in April.
On form tickled Pink has no chance, but you could have said the same about Hot snap yesterday and if Cecil thinks tickled Pink is good enough for the Abernant, why should anyone think any different?
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SO GOOD 1 litre soya chilled packs wore special pink ribbons carrying the Tickled Pink logo, and 10p from the sale of each promotional pack was donated to support breast cancer charities.
Woods would have been tickled pink by the Tiffany-, Jimmy Choo- and Dolce & Gabanna-themed dinner and dessert buffets.