(cause sb to) feel a sensation of nervous excitement in part of the body; feel an itching or tingling sensation
make delight; amuse; be tickled pink, be very pleased
"he was thrilled by the speed and the roar of the engine"
"The grass tickled her calves"
I gave her a little tickle; and..she began to laugh.
出自： R. D. Blackmore
A curl of something in the pit of her belly, a tickle of sexual desire.
出自： J. C. Oates
His sons..were best acquainted with his tickle impatient humour.
出自： C. Cotton
Who can foresee the years to come, this world is so tickle.
出自： C. M. Doughty
This pretty sport doth make my heart to tickle With laughter.
出自： Henry More
The child was tickled with his new toys.