Tickle (disambiguation)

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Tickling is the act of touching a part of the body lightly so as to cause involuntary laughter or contraction of the muscles.

Tickle, tickles, or tickling may also refer to:

Newfoundland

A tickle is a short narrow strait in Newfoundland English:

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