The sun was strangely warm on my wrists, or perhaps they were tingling from the potassium iodine.
A few weeks ago, I felt a neurological twitch, a tingling in the right index finger.
And a tingling sensation, not wholly unpleasant, passed over him.
Listening with tingling ears, I knew what she wanted him to answer.
He means to have a glorious time and be back, tingling with satisfaction on his exploit, by a little after midnight.
She caught her breath and waited a moment, tingling all over.
The quick tears filled his eyes, and a glow, tingling in its warmth, rushed over him.
I was tingling with joy, but all the same I knew that a grim battle was before me.
Gie him a cuff at Martinmas, and his cheek will be tingling at Whitsunday.
I sank back to the floor, tingling from the shock of the hostile current.
late 14c., "to have a ringing sensation when hearing something," later "to have a stinging or thrilling feeling," variation of tinkelen (see tinkle). Related: Tingled; tingling. The noun is first recorded 1700.