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A crackling feeling of emotion, like the edges of popcorn dancing inside your body, making one feel uneasy.
Walking through a haunted house gave me the Crickles. Creepy eerie frightened
by Kazzyadar October 17, 2015
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One of the onomatapoeic sounds a wood-burning fire makes; esp. when damp or wet.
<i>'<b>Crickle</b>, crackle, hiss, and sparkle; flickering flames, fighting forest flurries, lick and ignite, in turn, moss, bark, twigs, sticks, and logs, sending sizzling spurts of steam skedaddling.</i>
John Hamshare (1940 - ): quoted, with permission, from the Masterful Sentences course 2009
by Real Grumps July 21, 2009
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1. Stiffness of joints or body aches related to exsessive physical exertion. Rooted in the sounds "crickling" bones and joints make.

2. Old and worn and approaching a useless state.

3. General insult related to age and physical decay.
My knees are so beat from playing Ultimate. total crickel.

Tha old man had a bad case of the crickles.

My car is so crickly, it barely makes it down the road.
by Kyle Burk November 17, 2004
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Verb, which origins stem from inappropriate and awkward touching from an uncle or other older family member.

Roots are creepy and tickle.
After dinner my Uncle crickled me.

I am so excited to go home after work for my crickling.

Would you like to go on a date with me and maybe a crickle?
by Uncle Teddie April 05, 2011
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