Take care of yourself, now, and don't indulge too much in your weakness for getting into ticklish places.
They're so ticklish ever since they got the 'abit, war-time, o' mindin' wot people said.
There are ticklish times coming, be certain of that, and my experience may be of great service to you.
Aye, but your Action of the Case in this Point is too ticklish.
To hiss the curate, 'tis a ticklish sort of a job after that.
I have done so without a murmur, although it puts me into a ticklish position.
But the Khedive has the controlling interest, you know, and he's rather a ticklish customer.
It is a ticklish operation and the paper is easily torn if too thin or too damp.
Sure, 'tis a ticklish voyage, wid the river so full of floatin' ice.
Poor Aspinall was on the tight-rope again, at the most ticklish part.
To play the piano, esp to play it well (1906+)