prickle

[ prik-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF prickle

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRICKLE

When he comes to burn your prickle off, I will slip it into your mouth.

Variable œdema of the prickle layer and of the cutis is found.

It bears a round Bur, with a sort of Prickle, which is the Seed.

The boy was brave, but as he saw that row of fiery orbs he felt his flesh creep and his hair began to prickle.

But it wasn't the floating mass which drew a gasp from Forrester, and caused Lawton's scalp to prickle.

The proof that she could smote suddenly across the ridge of one's spine like the prickle of a mild electric shock.

The sun crept up his leg and his kneecap began to prickle pleasantly under the linen trousers.

The compass was neatly contrived of the cup of an acorn, through the bottom of which ran a hedgehog's prickle.

A gasp of amazement, a prickle, a shudder, ran over the skin of that susceptible assembly.

Claire had held one position of thought for so long that it made her hurt and sting and prickle even to think of moving.

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