tingly

[ting-glee]
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Origin of tingly

First recorded in 1895–1900; tingle + -y1
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Related Words for tingly

excited, stimulated, tingling, tingly

Examples from the Web for tingly

Historical Examples of tingly

  • He says that he no longer has the tingly feeling and he has no presentiment of evil, both of which I consider good signs.

    The Treasure of the Tigris

    A. F. Mockler Ferryman

  • And ten minutes later, when I'm shooed out, I'm feelin' so chesty and happy that I'm tingly all over.


Word Origin and History for tingly
adj.

1898, from tingle + -y (2). Related: Tingliness.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper