- לָחוּשׁ עִקצוּץדקירותצמרמורתעקצוץ
Noun(1) an almost pleasurable sensation of fright(2) a somatic sensation as from many tiny stings
Verb(1) cause a stinging or tingling sensation
(1) As soon as the awe subsides, slightly, the tingle in the back of my neck begins├ö├ç┬¬(2) I couldn't resist a tingle of anticipation at Chelsea's reaction.(3) A tingle tugged at the back of his mind, a slight buzz that most would probably never pay any notice.(4) This is a sight not often seen on concert stages around here, and it sent an extra tingle of anticipation up one's spine.(5) Drag your hand across the pennies and feel the tingle .(6) The tiniest tingle of tension creeps between her shoulders.(7) a tingle of anticipation(8) But if I had so much as a tingle of buyer's remorse it has faded in the face of several joyous afternoons of camera play.(9) Back then there was a tingle of anticipation: everybody had been away for the summer holidays, people looked a bit older, a bit wiser.(10) A slight tingle filled her hands as she held the vessel and she could feel her anxiety pass into nothingness.(11) A strong cup of coffee gives me a stronger tingle .(12) The prickling on her skin had faded to a dull tingle .(13) At the moment, all she felt was a slight tingle on the surface of her skin.(14) It's very hard to describe my feelings in the short time before the next delivery - an all-over tingle is about the best I can manage.(15) He felt a slight tingle in his right shoulder as he made impact, but it went away in a flash.(16) she felt a tingle in the back of her neck
1. thrill ::
3. shudder ::
4. prickle ::
Different Formstingle, tingled, tingles, tingling, tinglings
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