adjective see tingle

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • tingly — 1898, from TINGLE (Cf. tingle) + Y (Cf. y) (2). Related: Tingliness …   Etymology dictionary

  • Tingly — Infobox Single Name = Tingly Artist = Pop! featuring Angie Hart B side = Tingly (Ang elic), Tingly (I Wish My Brother George Martin Was Here), Tingly (Hartless), Zoo (Instrumental 8 track demo) Released = September 1995 (Australia) Format = CD… …   Wikipedia

  • tingly — [[t]tɪ̱ŋgli[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED If something makes your body feel tingly, it gives you a slight stinging feeling. These lotions tend to give the skin a tingly sensation. 2) ADJ GRADED If something pleasant or exciting makes you feel tingly, it… …   English dictionary

  • Tingly — Tingley is a locational name from the village so named situated between Leeds and Wakefield in Yorkshire. The original spelling of the village is believed to have been Tinghill meaning the hill of the nail maker from the medieval English tingle… …   Surnames reference

  • tingly — tingle ► NOUN ▪ a slight prickling or stinging sensation. ► VERB ▪ experience or cause to experience a tingle. DERIVATIVES tingly adjective. ORIGIN perhaps a variant of TINKLE(Cf. ↑tinkly) …   English terms dictionary

  • tingly — /ting glee/, adj., tinglier, tingliest. tingling or causing a tingling sensation. [1895 1900; TINGLE + Y1] * * * …   Universalium

  • tingly — adjective Producing tingles or tingling sensations …   Wiktionary

  • tingly — adj. of a light prickling sensation …   English contemporary dictionary

  • tingly — tin·gly …   English syllables

  • tingly — adj. (tinglier, tingliest) causing or characterized by tingling …   Useful english dictionary

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