Definition of Tinglers
1. tingler [n] - See also: tingler
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Literary usage of Tinglers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Dashes of American Humor by Howard Paul (1853)
"The " Brandy Smashes," " Peach tinglers," " Snow-storms," " Widow's Tears," and " Iced Punch," all claim their share of attention; and delightfully cool, ..."
2. Catalogue of the American Books in the Library of the British Museum at by Henry Stevens, British Museum Dept. of Printed Books (1866)
"... and tinglers; or, the rival belles A tale unveiling some of the myste ries of society and politics as thei exist at the present time in the Unite< ..."
3. Catalogue of the American Books in the Library of the British Museum at by Henry Stevens, British Museum Dept. of Printed Books (1866)
"... and tinglers; or, the rival belles. A tale unveiling some of the mysteries of society and politics as they exist at the present time in the United ..."
4. Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes (1899)
"He gives me such tinglers on the back and shoulders, but I fetches him a clip with the hook end of my whip on the side of his head — such a settler — and ..."