tingle

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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 ?
A little shiver of anticipation tingled his spine, and then, quite without volition, he found himself gazing into the loving eyes of his mother and the strong face of the father which mirrored, beneath its masculine strength, a love no less than the mother's eyes proclaimed.
The light touch held him as in a vice, and his blood tingled pleasantly through him.
She had been on her back so long that her legs gave way beneath her, and then the soles of her feet tingled so that she could hardly bear to put them to the ground.