verb (used with object), tick·led, tick·ling.
verb (used without object), tick·led, tick·ling.
Words nearby tickle
Idioms for tickle
Origin of tickle
OTHER WORDS FROM tickleun·tick·led, adjective
Examples from the Web for tickle
Best Moment: When Galifianakis attempts to make Cera tickle his thigh (with disappointing results).Justin Bieber, Jon Hamm & the Best of 'Between Two Ferns' (VIDEO)|Anna Klassen|September 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Guys, it distinctly says “tickle me” Elmo, not “hand-to-hand combat over me” Elmo.Eight Biggest Elmo Scandals: Kevin Clash, Katy Perry & More (VIDEO)|Kevin Fallon|November 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And like a tickle in the throat before a cough or the awful urge to sneeze, it comes: the morbid desire to stare at the shame.GOP Primaries Provide a Feast for Our Schadenfreude Appetite|Eric G. Wilson|January 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The interview ends in a dance party giggle-fit of “Tickle Me Elmo” proportions.
Because we have all felt that little tug, tickle, or impulse to be antiseptically and impersonally naughty?The Anthony Weiner Scandal: C’mon, America, Nobody’s Perfect|Lee Siegel|June 11, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Or you can tickle their toes with a straw until they laugh so heartily that they split their shells.The Corner House Girls on Palm Island|Grace Brooks Hill
This course may tickle vain people, but it cannot meet with favor among those who love the truth, and the whole truth.The Youthful Wanderer|George H. Heffner
In the midst of my troubles, up comes my friend Tickle and pops into the room.Sheppard Lee, Vol. I (of 2)|Robert Montgomery Bird
Were they a whit less cautious, they must fail at once; but they tickle their converts before they think of convincing them.Paris and the Parisians in 1835 (Vol. 1 of 2)|Frances Milton Trollope
Put on your old khaki clothes, Art; that'll tickle the major so he won't mind what you tell him.A Court of Inquiry|Grace S. Richmond