One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘her flesh still tingled from the shock’
prickle, sting, smart, prick, itch, be itchy, be irritated, have a creeping sensation, have goose pimples, have gooseflesh, have pins and needles
North American have goosebumps
2‘she was tingling with excitement’
tremble, quiver, quaver, shiver, quake, twitch, wiggle, throb, shudder, pulsate, vibrate
1‘she felt a tingle in the back of her neck’
prickling, tingling, sting, stinging, smart, smarting, pricking, itch, creeping sensation, goose pimples, gooseflesh, pins and needles
North American goosebumps
2‘she felt another tingle of excitement’
tremor, wave, rush, surge, flash, flush, blaze, stab, dart, throb, tremble, quiver, shiver, flutter, shudder, vibration
flow, gush, stream, flood, torrent
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