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tin·gle

(ting'gĕl),
To feel a peculiar pricking sensation.

tingle

(tĭng′gĕl)
A prickling or stinging sensation that may be caused by cold or nerve injury.
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Docs say they could give women maralgia paresthetica - tingly legs to you and I.
Containing natural witch haze these wipes both cleanse thoroughly, taking off every scrap of make-up as well as toning the skin to leave it tingly fresh and tightened.
Formulated in a base of organic vegetable oils, it has a tingly mint flavor and contains grape seed and pomegranate extracts to keep lips moisturized, protected and nourished.
Purplish-pink rack of lamb ($24), moist and tender, arrives with a tingly harissa glaze, crunchy yellow beans and manchego mashers, the latter a substitute for the listed mint- flavored couscous salad.
Just tingly and otherworldly enough to keep 'em hooked.
Anyway, the reason you don't feel the hairs stand up on the back of your neck or have a tingly feeling all over or you feel like crying when Best Mate wins is because you are not a believer
Product: Witch Tingly Clean Gel Face Wash Price: pounds 3.
This debut book weaves her overwhelming grief with the tingly giddiness of first love and the burgeoning lesbianism she finds at Our Lady of Mercy School for Girls.
LAZY GIRL VIEW: Feels really tingly but not unpleasant.
The tingly taste of mint, salads that make a cool meal, the delights of country gardens and cottage decorating, outings from mountain hikes to Pacific tide-pools, and yes, even ice cream sandwiches--we've packed this issue with possibilities.
removed all my make-up with ease, including mascara and my skin felt really tingly and clean afterwards thanks to its tea tree ingredient.
Mr Billham said: "I didn't know what was happening, my arm and face started to feel tingly, but I just ignored it, I thought it would go away.