tickle


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Synonyms for tickle

Synonyms for tickle

to give great or keen pleasure to

Synonyms for tickle

a cutaneous sensation often resulting from light stroking

the act of tickling

touch (a body part) lightly so as to excite the surface nerves and cause uneasiness, laughter, or spasmodic movements

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feel sudden intense sensation or emotion

touch or stroke lightly

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Tickle The Ivories is free to take part in and all performers are licensed to busk, meaning they can keep anything they earn.
Tickle was not as well known in Catholic circles as writers like Joan Chittister or Richard Rohr, but within American Protestantism she played a similar role.
Rovers led 8-2 in a tight first half with James Donaldson scoring the only try and Tickle spending 10 minutes in the sin bin for a professional foul.
When they continue to squeeze and "tickle" Elmo, he laughs harder and harder until he starts to move and shake.
The advertising copywriter went on to visualise a tickle in the shape of a small orange man with incredibly long arms, and Mr.
"I triggered a thought in my father's mind which led to Mr Tickle and the whole idea of personifying a human characteristic or emotion.
Yet, those with schizophrenic-like traits are able to successfully tickle themselves, because their brain cannot recognize that it is a voluntary act
After those first neurons fire in response to a tickle, however, the signal travels to the brainstem and then on to another part of the brain, the thalamus.
One interesting fact is that you can't tickle yourself.
When Goodwill employees Sharon Kent and Terri Rorrer noticed customer Pamela Tickle looking ill in their store in Eden, North Carolina, earlier this year, they did not simply ignore her.
On a cold and dark April evening Mills and Reeve batted first and scored 123-5 with John Tickle opening the batting and hitting 35 before retiring.
Some primates, or animal group that includes monkeys, lemurs, apes, and humans, pant with delight as they chase and tickle each other.