Definition of Tinglings

1. Noun. (plural of tingling) ¹



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Definition of Tinglings

1. tingling [n] - See also: tingling

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tinglings

tingible
tingid
tingids
tinging
tingis
tingle
tingled
tingler
tinglers
tingles
tinglier
tingliest
tingliness
tingling
tinglingly
tinglings (current term)
tinglish
tingly
tings
tinhorn
tinhorns
tinier
tinies
tiniest
tinily
tininess
tininesses
tining
tink

Literary usage of Tinglings

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Encyclopedia of Pure Materia Medica: A Record of the Positive Effects of by Timothy Field Allen (1879)
"... leftside of penis and tinglings (forty-fourth day^; annoyed about ti PM, for some evenings, with tinglings in prepuce, which gradually increased, ..."

2. Bodily Changes in Pain, Hunger, Fear, and Rage: An Account of Recent by Walter Bradford Cannon (1915)
"An armless man may feel tinglings which seem to arise in fingers which have long since ... The fact that he experiences such tinglings and ascribes them to ..."

3. Bodily Changes in Pain, Hunger, Fear and Rage: An Account of Recent by Walter Bradford Cannon (1920)
"An armless man may feel tinglings which seem to arise in fingers which have long since ... The fact that he experiences such tinglings and ascribes them to ..."

4. The Harvey Lectures by Harvey Society of New York, New York Academy of Medicine (1912)
"An armless man may feel tinglings which seem to arise in fingers which have long since ... The fact that he experiences such tinglings and ascribes them to ..."

5. On Intelligence by Hippolyte Adolphe Taine, T. D. Haye (1889)
"I Lastly, take the case of a person who has lost ajk£ and complains of tinglings in the heel. He actually experiences tinglings; but no£m~trie ..."

6. On Concussion of the Spine, Nervous Shock and Other Obscure Injuries to the by John Eric Erichsen (1883)
"... then one leg begins to fail, usually the left; he complains of coldness of the extremities, of various uneasy sensations in the hands—tinglings, &c.; ..."

7. The Groundwork of Psychology by George Frederick Stout (1903)
"Cold shivers and warm tinglings are recognized as cold shivers and warm tinglings, not as feeling-attitudes of the subject toward an object. ..."

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