atingle


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a·tin·gle

 (ə-tĭng′gəl)
adj.
Experiencing a prickling sensation, as from excitement; being in a state of tingling.

atingle

(əˈtɪŋɡəl)
adj
quivering with delight or elation
adv
in a thrilling or tingling manner

a•tin•gle

(əˈtɪŋ gəl)

adj.
tingling; stimulated.
[1850–55]
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atingle

adjective
Feeling a very strong emotion:
Informal: psyched.
Slang: stoked, turned-on.
References in classic literature ?
Then suddenly there springs to our eye a line of truest beauty which sets our senses atingle with delight, and all our labor is more than paid.
Theatre Royal Description Setting spines atingle, what's been described as "the world's most terrifying live theatre experience" is now enjoying a week-long run Newcastle.
And likewise with this recording, which can be enjoyed with ears not still atingle with echoes of "Soave sia il vento" and "Per pieta" (or, rather, their French equivalents), and where there's no puzzling over why the Cosi holdovers advance in time and sartorial style while their music stylistically regresses.