On so auspicious an occasion, I prefer to take it in the form of a Gum-Tickler.
"Our Mutual Friend" by Charles Dickens
He also carried, amongst other trinkets, a sword-stick, which he called his 'Tickler.
"Life And Adventures Of Martin Chuzzlewit" by Charles Dickens
But they returned with a gentle tone upon them that softened even the edge of Tickler.
"Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens
What could be more natural, looking at all the circumstances of the Tickler engagement?
"Framley Parsonage" by Anthony Trollope
Now dat he knows you's seed your fadder, he'll likely hab somet'ing 'tickler to say to you.
"The Middy and the Moors" by R.M. Ballantyne
Then she puts up the rib tickler and grabs me by the wrist.
"Shorty McCabe" by Sewell Ford
So we named this a tickler.
"The Creature from Cleveland Depths" by Fritz Reuter Leiber
M'pa went ... got him these heah fancy hoss ticklers theah.
"Ride Proud, Rebel!" by Andre Alice Norton
The Easy Ticklers were next in the procession.
"Rootabaga Stories" by Carl Sandburg
All records beaten as a fun-maker, rib-tickler, and laugh-provoker.
"Daisy Brooks" by Laura Jean Libbey
Wind also a small coil for a tickler.
"Letters of a Radio-Engineer to His Son" by John Mills
Anyway, as a rib tickler that show was all to the good.
"Side-stepping with Shorty" by Sewell Ford
Tickler was a cane, and Pip was rather downhearted by this piece of news.
"Dickens' Stories About Children Every Child Can Read" by Charles Dickens
These placards are merely eye-ticklers.
"A Frenchman in America" by Max O'Rell
He was the tickler for your infernal tribes!
"International Short Stories" by Various
Here," she pointed with daintily gesturing fingers to a many-thonged whip, "is a tickler to make this fool dance.
"Castle of Terror" by E.J. Liston
Gayly they fared along for a time, Tank frequently refreshing himself from a "tickler," facetiously so-called, which he carried in his pocket.
"The Raid of The Guerilla and Other Stories" by Charles Egbert Craddock
It requires a special genius for the work, to be able to hit upon such eye-ticklers.
"Jonathan and His Continent" by Max O'Rell
I hear Tickler scratching at the door.
"Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Vol. 60, No. 373, November 1846" by Various
North, in the Noctes Ambrosianae, with the assistance of Mr. Timothy Tickler, has paid her a very high compliment.
"Homes and Haunts of the Most Eminent British Poets, Vol. I (of 2)" by William Howitt
Detroit's Capitol Park is a quiet triangle of benches and planters surrounded by grand old buildings that are better described as sky-ticklers than skyscrapers.
It was 1998, and Ron Hash didn't need a tickler to remind him that the millennium loomed closer each day.
Ahmad Bradshaw wants to run the ball, and he's not a good tickler .
From 'Mary Tyler Moore' to 'SNL,' a timeless tickler .
The tickler file circa 1888.
(AP) — Police are on the lookout for the naked tickler .
The naked tickler struck again in New Smyrna Beach over the weekend.
'Youth in Revolt' an obscenely genial Frenchified tickler.
The Wired magazine founder offers a brain tickler for entrepreneurs by suggesting they involve customers more intimately in their businesses.