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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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zinc Roe's popular Tickle Tap apps, which encourage learning through practice and exploration, have been heralded by industry pundits, parents and kids as being innovative, creative and fun.
Batting second DAC Beachcroft got off to a good start with Andrew Thomson hitting 28 before finding John Tickle on the boundary.
The sound of human ha-ha laughter originated from the ancestral pant-pant, the sound of labored breathing of rough-and-tumble play, in which tickle is central," says Robert Provine, a neuroscientist at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
Moments later, great hands in the Crusaders danger zone saw prop Mark O'Meley scramble over and Tickle again converted.
Mr Tickle said: "We were pretty gutted after Liverpool's season, so we thought we'd do something fun and football-related.
Managing director Adam Tickle told Feedinfo News Service that the loan will be used to refinance the 150-year-old firm.
Tickle also has eightyear-old twin girls, Chloe and Sophie, from a previous relationship.
Shane Hall & The Tickle Bomb Orchestra and the Dirty Gerund Poetry Show (which is regularly held Monday nights at Ralph's) join combustible forces with a special performance tonight at The Raven, 258 Pleasant St.
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You are not likely to see a complete explanation of that, mostly because no one knows exactly what causes a tickle.
To excite shoppers, the holiday season needs a good craze, a Tickle Me Elmo in the toy aisle or a must-have accessory.
The first speaker was publishing veteran Phyllis Tickle, who apologized for any presumption.
Call it saying the breviary, saying the divine office, or, as Tickle does, "fixed-hour prayer," she and thousands of Christians have been doing it for centuries.
Matthew Tickle seems to confront that state of affairs head-on in his new installation, ironically titled IDYLL, 1999.