TICK'LE, verb transitive [Latin titillo, corrupted.]
1. To touch lightly and cause a peculiar thrilling sensation, which cannot be described. A slight sensation of this kind may give pleasure, but when violent it is insufferable.
2. To please by slight gratification. A glass of wine may tickle the palate.
Such a nature
Tickled with good success.
TICK'LE, verb intransitive To feel titillation.
He with secret joy therefore
Did tickle inwardly in every vein.
TICK'LE, adjective Tottering; wavering, or liable to waver and fall at the slightest touch; unstable; easily overthrown.
Thy head stands so tickle on thy shoulders, that a milkmaid, if in love, may sign it off.
The state of Normandy
Stands on a tickle point.
[This word is wholly obsolete, at least in noun England. Ticklish is the word used.]