From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtingle with excitement/fear/anticipation etctingle with excitement/fear/anticipation etcEXCITEDto feel excitement, fear etc very stronglyShe tingled with excitement. Soon she would be able to tell Martha everything. →tingle
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tingle with excitement/fear/anticipation etc• We were tingling with anticipation and at one with our surroundings.• I remember walking into the board room tingling with fear and energy.• My face was tingling with fear and I felt in imminent need of a toilet-roll.• I jerked back, tingling with fear, feeling it peel off like a strand of elastoplast.