adjective, tick·li·er, tick·li·est.
Examples from the Web for tickly
They bite off and reject the head, and eat the tickly acid body with keen relish.My First Summer in the Sierra|John Muir
Valerie doesn't dream what it is, and while she's talking, keeps trying to brush off the tickly thing.Dorothy Dainty at Glenmore|Amy Brooks
But I don't like the mud I'm stuck in, 'cause it makes me feel so tickly between the toes.The Bobbsey Twins on Blueberry Island|Laura Lee Hope
And Thad, do I have to give up these nice clean sheets; and crawl in between the folds of a nasty, rough, tickly blanket?The Boy Scouts' First Camp Fire|Herbert Carter
She hid her face on his breast against his tickly coat, and cried.Life and Death of Harriett Frean|May Sinclair