; stimulated.
Historical Examples

Jimmy was atingle with enthusiasm the instant he got word from the managing editor.
The Flying Reporter Lewis E. (Lewis Edwin) Theiss

Nevertheless, Jimmy was all atingle with enthusiasm and eagerness.
The Flying Reporter Lewis E. (Lewis Edwin) Theiss

Ko-Ko is atingle with all the passion and faults of humanity.
Post-Impressions Simeon Strunsky

And every morning she ran down-stairs so full of animation and life that she seemed all atingle to her finger-tips.
Prudence of the Parsonage Ethel Hueston

The roll of a pebble or the crack of a twig under foot would set us all atingle as we stole out to our cave house.
The Scientific American Boy A. Russell (Alexander Russell) Bond


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