tingle

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tingle

1. n. a party. This tingle is really da bomb.
2. in. to party. Hay, man, let’s tingle.
References in classic literature ?
Their feet tingled with warm blood and their breath rose in steam around them.
His body, which had grown white and tender in a dark room, tingled all over in the fresh air.
He knew her opinion of him, and would write, 'My ears tingled yesterday; I sair doubt she has been miscalling me again.
He tingled with excitement as he let his mind dwell upon the value of the treasure, which, unknown to all save himself, lay hidden beneath his clothing.
A little thrill of joy tingled through Tarzan's nerves.
Next came a long, steady, upward pull of the ear, the ear slipping slowly through the fingers to the very tip of it while it tingled exquisitely down to its roots.