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spine-tingling

Thrilling or scary. My brother loves spine-tingling movies, but I don't enjoy watching anything scary.

tingle

1. n. a party. This tingle is really da bomb.
2. in. to party. Hay, man, let’s tingle.
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ZEO will be launching Tingle Bells, its first ever limited edition, this Christmas.
Tingle, however, that date marked the official culmination of a cherished, virtually lifelong dream of his--becoming an astronaut.
I've been working with a few of America's best contractors in the quest to build a new rocket that will carry people and cargo safely and reliably to and from the International Space Station," explained Tingle.
If you find the same part of your body often tingles and you experience a burning sensation, a trapped or damaged nerve could be to blame.
If I enter a warm room, my skin goes red and tingles.
Then, I started feeling tingles in my fingers and my toes.
If you find the same part of your body often tingles and you also experience a burning sensation, a trapped nerve could be to blame.
A Heathers-esque dark comedy, Tingle boasts Oscar-nominated British actress Helen Mirren (probably best known to American audiences for her work as detective Jane Tennison in PBS's Prime Suspect miniseries) ks a viciously belittling teacher who is tied up--literally--by desperate students.
Jimmy Tingle is against the death penalty, supports gay rights, backs a higher minimum wage, and believes in gun control.