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tingle

[′tiŋ·gəl]
(building construction)
A support used in masonry to reduce sagging in a long layer of bricks.
(design engineering)
A small nail.
A flexible metal clip used to hold a sheet of material such as glass or metal.
(engineering)
A patch designed to cover a hole in a boat.

tingle

1. A support which reduces the sag in a long line used in laying brick.
2. A flexible metal clip used to hold a sheet of glass, metal, etc.
References in classic literature ?
The myriad wires of this New York system are tingling with talk every minute of the day and night.
It was like the intolerable, tingling sweetness of waterglasses when played on by a cunning hand.
Then again sound, and motion, and touch -- a tingling sensation pervading my frame.
Almost immediately, however, Peony pulled away his little fist, and began to rub it as if the fingers were tingling with cold; while Violet also released herself, though with less abruptness, gravely remarking that it was better not to take hold of hands.
He had a burning, tingling sense of personal outrage.
She fancied likewise, but it might be altogether fancy, that there was a stirring up of her system--a strange, indefinite sensation creeping through her veins, and tingling, half painfully, half pleasurably, at her heart.
I listened deferentially to the end yet with every nerve in my body tingling in hostile response to the Blunt vibration, which seemed to have got into my very hair.
You always were as pretty as a picture," he said slowly, his nerves tingling, "if a farmer's opinion is worth anything in that line.
With tingling nerves but a fixed purpose, I sat in the dark recess of the hut and waited with sombre patience for the coming of its tenant.
Yet it was surely impossible that we should halt on the edge of this world of mystery when our very souls were tingling with impatience to push forward and to pluck the heart from it.
Tingling with anger, I rushed down and hurried across, determined to end the matter once and forever.
that crowned us kings of the earth; that rushed through every tingling vein till we seemed to walk on air; that thrilled through our throbbing brains and told us to go forth and conquer the whole world; that welled up in our young hearts till we longed to stretch out our arms and gather all the toiling men and women and the little children to our breast and love them all--all.