to touch someone lightly in certain regions that causes peculiar sensations, reflexive movements, involuntary laughter
Maria tickled the bottoms of Brett's feet and made him laugh out loud
by Marty October 17, 2003
A way of touching someone causing immediate pleasure and delight that is acceptable in public and in front of family
Mike enjoys ticking Kerri because he can do it anywhere and she laughs and screams.

Kerri likes to tickle Mike and to be tickled when there is family is around because it is an 'ok' way of being all over eachother.
by Kerri December 11, 2004
Noun. To be an annoyance or bug.
Kim, don't be a tickle!
by Kim Nguyen August 11, 2007
An individual post on the website tickld.com, decided by the users
"did you see the tickl about the cat driving a car"
by mangohead18 May 14, 2013
Colloquial Southern phrase from the US, meaning to find something funny or to be overcome with mirth.
I got tickled when Uncle Bubba fell on a banana peel and farted.
by vozdelsur December 3, 2013
The act of stroking another's body lightly, so as to cause involuntary twitching, squirming, and laughter. Used for foreplay, fun, or torture.
Mark started tickling Sarah's feet until she screamed and cruied with laughter
by Husnock September 19, 2003
One of the worst forms of torture. Can cause uncontrollable screaming, convulsions, loss of bladder control, inability to breath, and sobbing.
George tickled the bottom of my feet so much that I started crying
by Zetazglobin February 23, 2011