needle

[ need-l ]SEE DEFINITION OF needle

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NEEDLE

How many hours in the twenty-four do you devote to your needle?

"I'll use my scissors and needle on them to-night," she said, ruthlessly.

Wherever I glance my eyes, they meet something that pricks them like a needle.

Who that has poached a pile does not gravitate there, as the needle to the pole?

The only thing in which she showed ability, if so it might be called, was in the use of the needle.

They've got spurs on their legs as long's my darnin'-needle.

Priscilla dropped her needle, and bent over the frame with interest.

Be so good as to say nothing of my niece's working at her needle.

"There's nothing noble about it at all," she said as she threaded her needle.

The needle was diligently but awkwardly plied in this pause.

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