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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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uk 'A lovely lip-plumping gloss which really did the job and you could feel it working by the tingly cooling sensation which rushed over my lips.
And if you bump your elbow in a certain spot you'll get a tingly feeling which will pass down your arm to your hand as the ulnar nerve is directly connected to your little and ring fingers.
Kat finished off with the application of Guinot soothing gel to neck and shoulders, the arnica and menthol in the gel being cool and tingly on the skin.
Oozing goodness and charm, this wonderfully addictive summer read will make you all warm and tingly - no matter what the weather is like.
The end product is a refreshingly fruity (you'll get pear and pineapple in there) and tingly wine, ideal to drink straight away, either on its own or with light salads or grilled fish.
If Goodison itself, the memories it holds for you, and that tingly way you feel when you walk in the shadow of the Main Stand past the Winslow, matter more than the executive boxes needed to raise yet more cash to pump into the pockets of ungrateful players, then quite frankly no amount of rationalising will convince you that leaving is the right thing to do.
The shampoo did a good job of getting out the styling products but it felt tingly on my scalp.
Product: Witch Tingly Clean Gel Face Wash Price: pounds 3.
The cream, a gloopy mixture with an astringent smell, feels tingly and cold on application.
It's like an intensely moisturising lip gloss, minty and tingly, and it leaves a high shine on your lips.
Tuckey" the car mechanic says he likes the taste of the new Diet Plum-A-Granate Iced Tea flavor because it tastes like plums, has a lot of fruit flavor, and it's tingly in his mouth.
Some people have a tingly, sensitive line running down from their navel to their gentials, which, when traced with a tongue, can feel amazing.